User: Vincent Manzanilla

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Comment: C: R join data frame based on the value of a column
... Thank you for the link! The code for my problem was the following: library(dplyr) inner_join(df1,df2, by = c("ID" = "ID")) ID A B D E 1 T 86 315 57 603 2 D 94 797 55 897 3 U 96 309 29 551 4 Z 18 397 79 409 5 W 8 168 65 243 6 C 63 353 33 191 ...
written 10 days ago by Vincent Manzanilla30
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(Closed) R join data frame based on the value of a column
... Hi, I would like to keep the line where the ID are the same. I know how to to it in bash nut I would like to succeed with R. I have two files with 500,000 lines and 300,000 lines. df1 <- data.frame(ID=c(sample(LETTERS,20,replace=FALSE)),A=sample(1:100,20,replace=FALSE),B=sample(100:1 ...
R written 12 days ago by Vincent Manzanilla30
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Answer: A: Phasing alleles, indel gap filled with reference.
... Thank you for your reply I think I found a way to mask the gap from the final fasta file. The solution was posted in this [discussion][1] , however I grep the tag DP=0 to have the position without coverage (gap). here the updated code for i in $(cat list); ### Phasing alleles ### ...
written 3.7 years ago by Vincent Manzanilla30
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Phasing alleles, indel gap filled with reference.
... Hello I have targeted enriched data from different plants that are, for some closely related and other a bit distant. I have this idea to map then phase the alleles and call for the consensus for making matrices and at the end gene trees. When I have a gap during the mapping, the phased alleles ...
allele alignment samtools phasing snp written 3.7 years ago by Vincent Manzanilla30
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How to separate plastid, mitochondrial, and nuclear genomes from whole genome sequencing data for plants?
... My dear nerd community, We are sequencing many genomes of non-model plants today. One of the first task is to separate the plastid, the mitochondrial and the nuclear genome. I was thinking there was general guidelines or even a consensus way to do it, but not really I have to specify, in this cas ...
de novo plastid mitochodrial nuclear non-model written 6.1 years ago by Vincent Manzanilla30 • updated 6.1 years ago by Brice Sarver3.6k

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