Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Bioinformatics has been around for many years, and there's still only one good book: Biological Sequence Analysis by Durbin et. al., which summed up the state-of-the-art in 1999. It's sad but true that almost everything in bioinformatics is in that book. Since the books writing, the number of bioinformatics publications has sky-rocketed, but the great majority of the publications are variations on a theme of Durbin et.al..