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Comment: C: Statistically defining deep branching clades in phylogenetic tree
... Thanks for the suggestion. I've been giving it a go but it's basically only identifying everything into one cluster. Having a look at ete but not solved it yet. ...
written 6 days ago by Daniel3.6k
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Statistically defining deep branching clades in phylogenetic tree
... I have a phylogenetic tree which visually has 3 major clades, one of which forks into two minor clades. I am discussing the groups in the text in regards to the metadata but I want to statistically/technically describe why the groups are seperate. What is the best way to achieve this? The tree is U ...
phylogenetics trees written 7 days ago by Daniel3.6k
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Comment: C: fasta to bed format with more information that just chr locations
... The $n parameters are the columns when you divide the file up by what is inside the -F'[ ]' box, so if you split the line every time you saw a space, asterix, colon, or period then you'd want the 5th, 6th, 8th and 13th columns to be printed. ...
written 3 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Comment: C: fasta to bed format with more information that just chr locations
... Huh, I was certain that bed format was colon and hyphen but the internet doesn't support that... Maybe I'm going mad. Ok, updating. Edit: I was thinking of UCSC browser formatting apparently. ...
written 3 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Answer: A: fasta to bed format with more information that just chr locations
... My approach is lazier... Just split on the punctuation, pull out the columns you want, and separate by "\t". awk -F'[ *:.]' -v OFS="\t" '{print "chr"$5,$6,$8,$13}' tmp.txt # Output chr2L 22300300 22304444 invader2 ...
written 3 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Tutorial: How to get full taxonomy classification using taxize and myTAI
... There are lots of questions regarding this, and I have asked them myself over the years, but I've recently found this tool which is great and I thought I'd put a standard example. This might not be the best way of parsing the outputs in R, but as a tool it generates all the right data! library( ...
R tutorial taxonomy tool written 4 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Comment: C: convert illumina to fastq Sanger
... Please explain what you are trying to achieve and why, so that we can help you, as this request is confusing. Do you have a bcl file? ...
written 9 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Answer: A: FASTA file into excel file format?
... There are lots of jokes above, but the honest answer is that you do not want to do this. Once you have converted the file it would be so massive that it would impossible to open and use in excel before any other problems. Further, this is not an appropriate way to read the data, and 99.9% of the tim ...
written 11 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Comment: C: Preparation for Bioinformatics.SE closing
... Seconding the 'finding my own posts' point, only yesterday I was trying to find an old answer of mine to put to a duplicate question and gave up after 5 mins of searching and scrolling because I couldn't find it. ...
written 14 months ago by Daniel3.6k
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Comment: C: Preparation for Bioinformatics.SE closing
... I think the difficulty searching adds to the repeated low quality questions. ...
written 14 months ago by Daniel3.6k

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