Research conducted at Southern Methodist University:
- Applications and Parameter Analysis of Temporal Chaos Game Representation (TCGR)
- Software development for TCGR visualization
- Application of TCGR to miRNA data
- Development of GeoTCGR for seismic data
- Development of algorithms and software (SeisMiner) for spatial-temporal clustering of seismic data. Although not my main research focus currently, I am still looking into further development of these algorithms.
Masters thesis links
- Thesis Title: “Applications and Parameter Analysis of Temporal Chaos Game Representation” (Advisor: Margaret H. Dunham)
- Masters thesis software – includes the full suite of TCGR tools, G-Align, GeoTCGR, and SeisMiner.
- “TCGR: A Novel DNA/RNA Visualization Technique.” Donya Quick and Margaret H. Dunham. Extended abstract from the NGDM ’07 conference in Baltimore, MD.
- “Visualization of DNA/RNA Structure using Temporal CGRs.” Margaret H. Dunham, Donya Quick, Yuhang Wang, Monnie McGee, and Jim Waddle. IEEE BIBE 2006.
Bioinformatics research links:
- TCGR visualization and alignment programs Includes the TCGR visualization program 1.16b, a count generator, and the alignment tool G-Align (Java based, requires a Java Runtime Environment)
- SMU Database Research Group