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I work in the Division of Oncology and McDonnell Genome Institute at Washington University in St. Louis, where I develop and apply computational tools to give us insight into the origins and progression of cancer.

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Comment: C: Effects of applying BQSR twice?
... Sure - straightforward enough to check, but i was hoping someone else had already done the comparison :) ...
written 4 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Effects of applying BQSR twice?
... Does anyone have insight into what happens if you apply BQSR twice to a sample? The case here is that we might run a pipeline that aligns and runs BQSR, then we throw away the original fastqs. If we later want to realign, we can regenerate fastqs, but the original quality scores are gone. What wou ...
qualityscores bqsr alignment sequencing written 4 months ago by Chris Miller21k • updated 4 months ago by h.mon31k
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Comment: C: How to distinguish subclone from sciClone or PyClone result
... Usually that is the case ...
written 7 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Answer: A: How to distinguish subclone from sciClone or PyClone result
... The founding clone is made up of the set of mutations that is in every cell of the tumor. It generally corresponds to the highest-VAF clone (which should be highest in all samples) ...
written 7 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Answer: A: Sciclone cluster all around y=x
... This may in fact be the case - some tumors do not evolve much over time, or are largely homogeneous, in which case you would expect to see everything on the diagonal! ...
written 7 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Is read trimming needed for WGBS (bisulfite) data?
... These days read trimming is generally unnecessary in both DNA and RNAseq. Is there any reason why the same shouldn't be true of bisulfite-treated WGBS data? FWIW, we're typically using biscuit for alignments (https://github.com/zwdzwd/biscuit), which is based on bwa-mem. ...
bisufite trimming alignment wgbs written 12 months ago by Chris Miller21k • updated 12 months ago by Devon Ryan97k
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Answer: A: Removing white space from the beginning of the second field (sequence) in a fast
... if this is a fasta file, then you'll always want to remove leading whitespace, so something like: sed 's/^\s//' myfile.fa oughta work fine ...
written 15 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Answer: A: Using Varscan without a matched normal
... Somatic calling is essentially just calling differences between two samples. If you use a tumor as your control and a metastasis as your case, then you'll call metastasis-specific mutations (but will miss any somatic mutations shared between the tumor and met). ...
written 16 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Answer: A: How can I get this sorted by ascending order? (when the number and character is
... If you're using GNU sort, then "sort -V" will do what you want. In general, though, it's not necesary. The community has (somewhat) standardized on character sort order, which is what you have there. ...
written 16 months ago by Chris Miller21k
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Comment: C: How Can I Know The Length Of Mapped Reads From Bam File?
... Sure - make it `samtools view -F 4 file.bam ...` if you want only mapped ...
written 16 months ago by Chris Miller21k

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