Emily Neal

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—Hierarchical clustering is used in computational biology as a method of comparing sequenced bacterial strain DNA and determining bacterial isolates that belong to the same strain. However, the results of the hierarchical clustering are, at times, difficult to read and interpret. This paper is a case study for the use of a modified hierarchical clustering(More)
To date, microbial source tracking (MST), i.e. determining the source of microbial contamination based on the specific strains observed in environment, is done using methods that are time-consuming, expensive and not always reliable. The biology department at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo has developed a new method for MST called pyroprinting. Pyroprints are a(More)
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