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Comment: C: RVtests output question.
... unfortunately not yet. ...
written 12 months ago by clyumath10
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How do I check the major allele in a batch by UCSC Genome Browser?
... I have a list of genomic positions such as: chr position 10 97471746 10 97515523 10 97583001 10 97583002 10 97599537 10 97599544 .... I want to check the major allele of each position at the UCSC Genome Browser. I can do that one by one, like, input "10:97471746", then I know this point ...
genome snp written 13 months ago by clyumath10 • updated 13 months ago by WouterDeCoster36k
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Comment: C: RVtests output question.
... I contacted the developers by email, but no reply. ...
written 14 months ago by clyumath10
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RVtests CMC output column definitions
... When running CMC test, the output has NumVar, NumPolyVar, and NonRefSite. What do they mean? - GitHub repo: https://github.com/zhanxw/rvtests - Manual page: http://zhanxw.github.io/rvtests/ ...
rvtests next-gen snp sequencing written 16 months ago by clyumath10 • updated 14 days ago by zx87546.5k
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Comment: C: How to statistically compare two unit vectors?
... No, the original vector is about frequency counts, e.g. (5, 4, 3, 2, 1) and (50, 40, 30, 20, 10), after normalizing, we treat these two as the same, i.e., their distributions are the same. Second question: Yes, categories were measured independently. ...
written 17 months ago by clyumath10
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Comment: C: How to statistically compare two unit vectors?
... Thanks Jean-Karim. The unit vector is derived from a 5-category frequency vector. ...
written 17 months ago by clyumath10
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Comment: C: How to statistically compare two unit vectors?
... Thanks russhh! Yes, mathematical distances definitely work for that. Another alternative one by considering the unit vector as a probability distribution is Kullback–Leibler divergence or Jensen–Shannon divergence. But what I need is a statistical test, simply speaking, I need a p value.... ...
written 17 months ago by clyumath10
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How to statistically compare two unit vectors?
... I want to statistically compare two unit vectors. Is there a statistical test like below? The null hypothesis is that the two unit vectors have the same distribution. In this case, for the below three unit vectors, nv and nu are very similar, so Test(nv, nu) should produce a large p value, but Tes ...
statistics written 17 months ago by clyumath10 • updated 17 months ago by russhh4.2k
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Answer: A: missing values in data.model file
... can someone help me? Thanks! ...
written 2.7 years ago by clyumath10
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missing values in data.model file
... I have files ‘cg.ped’ and ‘cg.map’. I used plink --file cg --assoc --out data to get data.assoc Then I used plink --file cg --model --out data to get data.model However, in the data.model there are some missing values, like in lines 601-605 (0 in that A column, but missing values in that G co ...
gwas plink written 2.7 years ago by clyumath10

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