As per this last couple of years Data Science and technologies related to knowledge-extraction processes exploded like a geyser. There is no questioning: everyone’s talking about it (even if they are not familiarized with it), you see discoveries related to it everywhere, news on every newspaper, you name it! … and is our turn too.
TensorFlow is a Google-developed open source software library for high performance numerical computation. …
I have to admit, I got really excited when I read the title. Unfortunately, we are not going to develop a real pharmaceutical drug of any kind (I know, so sad!). However, as the aim of this article is to give a primary approach on how this process can be achieved by using an awesome genetic algorithm (GA), I’m certainly sure you guys are going to enjoy it anyway :)
For those of you who are already anxious to peak at the code, I’ll leave the repository here for your enjoyment.
Complex as it is, our immune system can track menace in different and fascinating ways, using different types of white cells laying each of them on several approaches to do this.
The foundations of my humble simulations are:
Actually, this is partially true. I didn’t work with chemical traces on the…
This is my first article and I’m really happy about it :) so please, if you have any constructive suggestions/comments you’re very welcome to leave them.
For those who don’t have a biology background, don’t panic! I’ll try to guide you through some key concepts that will make easier for this tutorial to be followed (and maybe start loving biology as well).
Gene expression refers to the process that allows, in this case, to a bacteria (prokaryote) synthesis something that needs to be used in a greater purpose, mostly proteins, by using a particular gene on their DNA.
Future MSc in Bioinformatics | Systems Engineer, wanting to leave something meaningful to this wonderful world