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Yes, but only if you: Post a question asking how to do something that your tool can serve as an answer to. This is strictly a Q&A site so everything needs to be posted as either a question or an answer. Post an answer explaining how to install your tool, where to find it and an example that shows how to do whatever the question asked. Clearly state that ...


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Well, it's certainly available on other sites on the network (I have it in a few), so I don't see any reason why we would be different. The "Select your next badge" simply doesn't list all available badges. The rationale for this was given by a Stack Exchange developer in this post: It is a problem of performance. Some of the badges are very ...


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My personal definition of bioinformatics has always been "any application of computers to answer biological questions". By that definition, what you're asking which essentially boils down to analyzing biological data in silico would indeed be on topic. However, we are a very new site and our scope isn't yet as clear as it could be. Many of the young ...


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I agree and have undeleted the question. If someone has provided a reasonable answer to a question then the question may NOT be deleted.


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Thank you for posting this, I was about to bring it to meta myself. First, a quick summary of what happened. @Michael G answered this question but in a way that didn't give a definitive answer. Instead, Michael did what most of us are very accustomed to doing, both online and in real life: he gave the OP very useful pointers based on his extensive expertise, ...


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