Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Bioinformatics/archive1

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    • A very good summary, neither short on information nor delving into too much detail. Looks nice, too! Gaurav 13:32, 16 Feb 2004 (UTC)
    • I weakly object. This is a good article, particularly in staying at an appropriate level, and refering to more detailed other articles. However, it's pretty disorganized, at least needing well-thought-out section headings. The selection of topics seems a bit haphazard, though this may just be an effect of the organization. There's also some claims I'm uncomfortable, some of which are non-trivial to fix, e.g. homology is clearly an important concept in bioinformatics, but it overly dominates this article. Zashaw 05:16, 18 Feb 2004 (UTC)
    • I have made some changes, to add structure that hopefully addresses some of Zashaw's concerns. Support. --Lexor|Talk 03:27, 26 Feb 2004 (UTC)
    • I retract my objection. (Sorry for not checking sooner.) The article's on my list of things to have a look at, but I think it's already worthy of being a featured article, and your edits helped it a lot. Zashaw 22:05, 26 Feb 2004 (UTC)