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Counting mapped reads from a SAM file
... I am using BWA to align RNA-seq data from a miRNA experiment. I want to compare myself to another article - so I am using the same techniques its authors used. That is using fastq-mcf to clip the adapters, and BWA (Burrows Wheeler Aligner) to align the reads. The reads are not aligned to the enti ...
rna-seq written 4.0 years ago by kobipe380 • updated 4.0 years ago by Brian Bushnell16k
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Answer: A: Fast generation of random scale-free networks with a defined power law using R
... I have found an answer in here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26926403/create-random-graph-with-same-power-law-degree-distribution ...
written 4.4 years ago by kobipe380
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Fast generation of random scale-free networks with a defined power law using R
... I wanted to permute graph edges in a degree perserving manner for my analysis. The problem is that the graph is very large so using a simple rewire algorithm is very slow (~230,000 edges, ~7,000 nodes). I know that the original graph I am permutating is scale-free and the power law is that frequen ...
R network graph scale-free power law written 4.4 years ago by kobipe380
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Comment: C: Get MW of a protein given a uniprot ID in R
... Hello kobipe3! We believe that this post is does not fit the main topic of this site. Thanks for all the answers For this reason we have closed your question. This allows us to keep the site focused on the topics that the community can help with. If you disagree please tell us why in a reply b ...
written 4.8 years ago by kobipe380
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Get MW of a protein given a uniprot ID in R
... I want to query the molecular weight of multiple proteins from R given uniprot ids. I thought of using biomaRt or UniProt.ws, but didn't see which field I should query. There are online tools performing the calculation given a uniprot ID (PIR, ExPASy), but you have to manually enter the input and s ...
molecular weight uniprot.ws biomart R uniprot written 4.8 years ago by kobipe380 • updated 4.8 years ago by me690

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