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Offline dmtaylor

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Re: dmtaylor's yeast chart
« Reply #30 on: October 25, 2019, 03:39:33 PM »
To the best of my own abilities and with very low volume fanfare, I have absorbed and processed the latest data from Langdon et al. and suregork in a new living permalink here (and it also includes a handful of other tweaks) -- for convenience the latest July-October 2019 genomic-related updates have been highlighted in purple:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16XRUloO3WXqH9Ixsf5vx2DIKDmrEQJ36tLRBmmya7Jo/edit?usp=sharing

This is a tool and labour of love, intended mostly for my own use, but if you like it that's cool too.  The usual caveats apply... strains listed together are not necessarily exactly equivalent... however, you might perhaps find them "close enough, for most intents and purposes", which has always been my primary intent.  If you don't like this or find it useful, ignore it.  For those interested, from here on out I am going to attempt to maintain the link above as the final permanent link, as a living document, no longer just a snapshot in time, but continually being tweaked at least about once or twice per month or as necessary based on new inputs, which is how it's been going all year long since I started this in January 2019.

Cheers all and happy yeasting.  :)
Dave

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Offline Frankenbrew

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Re: dmtaylor's yeast chart
« Reply #31 on: October 27, 2019, 08:24:43 PM »
Excellent, Dave! Thank you for putting all of this new information in a nice, understandable format.
Frank C.

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