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I’m a bioinformatics PhD student at EMBL-EBI and the University of Cambridge but I’m originally from Berlin.

My programming interests span from C++ over .NET and dynamic languages all the way to XHMTL/CSS and R.

I’m mainly working on genomics using high-throughput sequencing data. My thesis is about the regulation and expression of non-coding RNA (especially tRNA) in mammals.

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Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
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Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
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comment Equal contribution (co-first authors) in BibTeX
More importantly (in my field), shared first author papers are referred to differently: Instead of referencing a paper as “Foo et al.”, it should be referenced as “Foo, Bar et al.”.
Sep
14
comment How to make table like this in latex?
Take note that conventional typographical wisdom holds that this is a bad table layout. LaTeX tables are intentionally restrictive, and the (strongly recommended) booktabs package restricts them even more, to help the user create aesthetically pleasing and easy to read tables.
Sep
11
awarded  Good Question
Sep
7
comment Not using abbreviations with cleveref
@Mico Actually the "correct" thing would be for you to write a new answer which reflects the new option. ;-)
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
8
comment Correctly highlighting custom html tags in listings
This should definitely work in minted; there seems to be a bug in Pygments, which is used internally by minted – you should submit a bug report there.
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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Jul
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Jul
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comment Todonotes produces double inline notes instead of single margin note (with classicthesis 3.0)
Unfortunately this breaks tons of other stuff, not just \graffito. :-/
Jul
10
comment Formatting code into the style used in Stackoverflow
Okay, that’s of course possible but given the implementation of Google Prettify, I seriously doubt that it performs better than (or even as good as) Pygments lexer definitions – it’s in fact rather primitive for many languages, treating (not so) similar as identical using crude approximations.
Jul
10
comment Displaying pdf in TeXStudio with minted package
Please don’t create a new question, edit your existing question and provide the necessary details there.
Jul
10
comment Formatting code into the style used in Stackoverflow
Wouldn’t it be (much!) easier just to adapt the stylesheet used by Stack Overflow into a minted or listings style definition?
Jul
9
comment Error in minted package
This doesn’t seem to be related to minted.
Jul
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awarded  Curious