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Answer: A: Is there no way to bypass the Windows requirement for working with Thermo RAW fi
... Thermo provides only Windows DLLs to read the RAW format. That is why all software, that is able to read Thermo RAW (via the Thermo API) is running on Windows. Did you have a look at [OpenChrom][1]? It reads tons of vendor formats natively, mostly by reverse-engineered binary readers. I am not sure ...
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Comment: C: Reading/ Writing FASTA files in Java
... Hello Istvan, thanks for your reply. Concerning documentation I would like to draw your attention to the JavaDoc http://jfasta.sourceforge.net/apidocs/index.html and the examples http://jfasta.sourceforge.net/example1.html. Reading one whole chromosome from one single line will be indeed problemat ...
written 3.9 years ago by alex0
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Tool: Reading/ Writing FASTA files in Java
... FASTA is not the most complicated file format ;) but nevertheless maybe this library might save you five or ten minutes. It supports sequence validation, header dialects and stream based reading and writing. http://sourceforge.net/projects/jfasta/ ...
fasta java tool library parsing written 3.9 years ago by alex0 • updated 3.9 years ago by robert.davey240
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Comment: C: Best way to calculate p-value for protein regulations
... Is it valid to calculate a paired test on matching peptides? ...
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Comment: C: Best way to calculate p-value for protein regulations
... Missing values are not a problem, we have implemented a way to use artifical values in this case which provide a background intensity value. Since these intensities are very low, i assume this is somewhat problematically for calculating p-values. ...
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Best way to calculate p-value for protein regulations
... Hey, I'm currently working on label-free protein quantification from LC-MS data. Does anyone of you guys know how to calculate p-values for protein regualtions? Right now Im using a(n unpaired) t-Test, where the input is simply all measured peptide intensities. Vulcano plots look quite nice but ...
proteomics p-value quantification lc-ms written 3.9 years ago by alex0 • updated 3.9 years ago by Laurent1.6k

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