The Machine that Builds Itself: How the Strengths of Lisp Family Languages Facilitate Building Complex and Flexible Bioinformatic Models

19 Sep 2016 Khomtchouk Bohdan B. Weitz Edmund Wahlestedt Claes

We address the need for expanding the presence of the Lisp family of programming languages in bioinformatics and computational biology research. Languages of this family, like Common Lisp, Scheme, or Clojure, facilitate the creation of powerful and flexible software models that are required for complex and rapidly evolving domains like biology... (read more)

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