getting coding exon information from Ensembl API
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Hello !

How can I know if an exon is coding or not (includes the utr). Can I get this information using API Ensembl?

Thank you

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Why does this bother you ! Who is you ? the admin of this forum ?

we are here to learn, not to be watched. Dont comment my post again please !

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Who is you ?

My name is Inigo Montoya and... no... sorry

the admin of this forum ?

hum... yes ... Pierre Lindenbaum Role: admin

we are here to learn, not to be watched.

and we are here to be acknowledged for our answers. It only takes a few seconds from your precious time.

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When I see inappropriate behavior from any user, I go into their history and check if they have a pattern of such behavior. If they do, that needs to be addressed as it is an obstacle to a healthy interaction.

In your case, you do have such a pattern where you ask people to stay away from your post unless they tell you what you want to hear. These users could be telling you how to use the forum better or how to become good at what you're doing, even in a really relatable way but you go out of your way to antagonize them.

Moderators such as myself and admins like Pierre can see your deleted posts, so your rude interactions do not go away just because you delete them. Please follow proper etiquette or your account will be suspended.

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Because you just answer when it's a stupid question or when I ask a lot of questions. This is for asking questions not for being judged by people even if it's an administrator. It's not written anywhere that you shouldn't ask stupid questions/lots of questions. And if you don't respect the beginners, I will delete my account and yes I would like it to be suspended.

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Because you just answer

No we don't. I think you're confusing this professional forum contributed to by volunteers with a customer support site for a paid product. We don't owe you an answer. Everyone here owes everyone else an increase in common knowledge. When there is no demonstrated effort from the party asking for help, the post abuses the people contributing to the knowledgebase.

This is for asking questions not for being judged

No one judged you until you started speaking unprofessionally. At that point, it was a question of either addressing your behavior or suspending you outright. Letting things slide would just enable bad behavior on your part. The bad behavior would exploit oblivious or tolerant contributors, where the tolerance would erode as the bad behavior worsens. Ultimately, you'd either learn to interact better or be banned from the forum so what we're doing here is trying to steer you in the right direction.

not written anywhere that you shouldn't ask stupid questions/lots of questions

There are no stupid questions. You are welcome to ask as many questions as you want to. We ask you to invest effort in investigating your question before asking, add as much context to each question provide feedback on comments and answers you get. Those are as important as asking questions. That's the deal you make when you use volunteer-supported forums; that you'd support the forum in return for the forum supporting you. When you don't do that, the forum can ban you since you're operating in bad faith.

And if you don't respect the beginners, I will delete my account

We respect beginners but not abusers. Everyone starts out as a beginner, only entitled people abuse the goodwill of so many volunteers.

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can you delete my account please, because i can't do it by myself.

Thank you

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Your account has been suspended for bad behavior. I've re-opened the posts that you deleted because those posts belong to the community, not to you.

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