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Comment: C: How to graphically display multidimensional categorical data
... Please let me know if there are any open source software to do such analysis. Thanks ...
written 3.8 years ago by nadarajanvelu10
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Comment: C: How to graphically display multidimensional categorical data
... To see whether any particular pathway enzymes prefer a chromosome, and if so whether it is conserved across species. ...
written 3.8 years ago by nadarajanvelu10
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How to graphically display multidimensional categorical data
... Hi, I have a purely categorical dataset and want display in the form of an appropriate graph. The data is in the form of CSV. The data has information about enzyme names, biological pathway, organisms and the chromosome numbers they belong to. I want to display the chromosome to which these enzymes ...
R graphical display written 3.8 years ago by nadarajanvelu10 • updated 10 days ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Shorter Sequences In The Human Genomic Dna Download From Ucsc Genomic Browser Website
... Hi, I have downloaded the human genomic DNA from the UCSC genomic browser website from the link, hg38.chromFa.tar.gz . When I extracted, I got all the chromosomal sequences. While I got the chromosome 1 as chr1.fa, I also see several shorter chr1 sequences with names such as chr1_GL383518v1_alt.fa ...
genomic ucsc written 4.2 years ago by nadarajanvelu10 • updated 4.2 years ago by Neilfws47k

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