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What is a wiki? Wiki is a system that allows everyone to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser. Wiki supports hyperlinks and has simple text syntax for creating new pages and cross links between internal pages on the fly. Wiki also allows the organisation of contributions to be edited in addition to the content itself.
Bioinformatics is often defined as the development of new tools for the analysis of genomic and molecular biological data. However this is just one aspect of bioinformatics which can be considered a sub speciality within computer science, statistics or mathematics. Applied Bimatics is a much focused wiki which deals with application of bioinformatics tools in a clinical setting. Even this aspect of bioinformatics requires support from various biological and non biological specialities. This wiki is an attempt to collect contributions from all specialists in clinically relevant topics.
Skin Deep section is for dermatologists to post skin related topics. Please do not post content if you are not a dermatologist. However everybody is free to comment.
Docpg is the section dedicated to Medical / Dental PG entrance.
Who can comment and how? Any body can post a comment on any of the pages. Due to recent increase in spam, only registered users can post comment. Registration will take only a few minutes. Use the link on the left control panel to register.
Who can post new content and how? Only registered users can post content. Feel free to register and add content. You may post under three headings. Dermatology, bioinformatics or docpg (medical/dental PG entrance related). Please refrain from posting in the root node. When you post new content, select the appropriate section from the 'Parent Section'. Please DO NOT select 'Instruction to authors' as this is the root node. Please note that YOU HAVE TO click the PUBLISH button after preview to actually post your content.
If you have any doubts, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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