GSoC Student Interview spotlight: Natural Language to InterMine Queries + Jake Macneal

This is our blog series interviewing our 2018 Google Summer of Code students, who will be working remotely for InterMine for 3 months on a variety of projects. We’ve interviewed Jake Macneal, who will be working on converting natural language phrases to InterMine PathQuery. Hi Jake! We’re really excited to have you on board as part … Continue reading GSoC Student Interview spotlight: Natural Language to InterMine Queries + Jake Macneal

Google Summer of Code is over for another year – and well done to all!

One of the goals of Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is to help turn students into long-term open source maintainers and contributors. I suspect we’ve managed this with our current batch of students, who have contributed to our projects across a broad range of topics, whether it was querying InterMine using natural language sentences, updating … Continue reading Google Summer of Code is over for another year – and well done to all!

GSoC 2018 Students Announced! 🌞☀️

After last year’s great success, we’re really excited to welcome six Google Summer of Code students to work with us again this year: Aman Dwivedi will be working on a Cross-InterMine search tool. This will use the registry to allow users to search multiple InterMines at once, and should be a good way to figure … Continue reading GSoC 2018 Students Announced! 🌞☀️