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Answer: A: Can I perform differential gene expression with samples from Poly-A and Ribo-dep
... I bet this gets flagged as off topic since it is more of a question on experimental design and not strictly a bioinformatics question. With that said I found this paper that compares the two https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0888754310001746 and it looks like it should be okay to mo ...
written 16 days ago by skbrimer540
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Comment: C: Beginner in Python- translating DNA given in GenBank file format into its six re
... The biopython cookbook actually shows how to do this but instead of translate you could just call your table instead. ...
written 15 months ago by skbrimer540
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Phylogenetic Analysis Reference request
... Hello Hive Mind! I'm trying to understand phylogenetic analysis better; I know how to read a tree and what the bootstrapping numbers imply. I'm more interested in how to pick the correct model to use for the analysis. Last night I was googling trying to find a resource that would explain why and wh ...
alignment snp sequencing written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Answer: A: How to read two non-consecutive lines in a file once in python
... Okay its a little hacky and assuming your file is not too large you should be able to do it this way with open("test.txt","r") as f: lines = f.readlines() count = 0 for i in enumerate(lines): print(lines[count:count+5]) count +=1 this will print it the way I ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Comment: C: How to read two non-consecutive lines in a file once in python
... I think this should work, if I understand your question correctly. Not 100% on output you want and I'm not sure if this will print in the way tou want so you will need to play around with it. Good luck lines = [1,6,2,7,3,8] with open(file) as pileup: for i in enumerate(pileup): ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Comment: C: PuTTY newick utilities
... I'm not sure what your user level is on the HPC and since I have never really used one I'm not going to be the best one to answer this question... however the error is basically saying "I don't know where you put this library, its not in the normal place." so with that in mind this will be helpful t ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Answer: A: primer3-py Heterodimer Calculations
... I'm not sure on what the `tm` value is saying, and the primer3 or primer3-py documentation doesn't really clear it up either, however I think it is saying that this structure will not form over 2.88C so it's not a worry. Hopefully if I'm wrong about the Tm someone will let you know. The rest of the ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Answer: A: Generating a multi fasta consensus bcftools v1.7
... appearenty the fasta file I was using had extra lines in it, although I thought I was taking care of that, but the bcftools team pointed it out and it did fix the issue that also said I could do this: `cat ref.fasta | grep -v ^$ | bcftools consensus vcf.file ` and that would eliminate any potental l ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Answer: A: Generating a multi fasta consensus bcftools v1.7
... So far, I haven't gotten an answer from the bcftools team on github but I did get two workarounds to work, the first one was to just call each segment as a region and append the cns file, which works however it is not quick. The second solution was to use vcftools with the `vcf-consensus` command li ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540
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Comment: C: Generating a multi fasta consensus bcftools v1.7
... And submitted. I will post their response as well. ...
written 17 months ago by skbrimer540

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