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Comment: C: History of Biostars
... I'd guess, many basic questions are being asked over the previous years and answered very well, so with a simple google search, first hits are landing on biostars threads. Also *many* tool developers are documenting their tools with clean examples and responding to the user queries. Might be saturat ...
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Comment: C: History of Biostars
... Aw, your title makes more sense. Yes, I will try to make per-year frequency of tags (a good idea to see troubled topics per year :p). ...
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Comment: C: History of Biostars
... Thanks Vijay. It may makes sense to get an overview of Tools per year, to check how frequently new tools are being developed. But what do you mean by `with application`? Because, each tool is flagged with more than one tag, so it's extremely complicated to get one-word application to each tool (by p ...
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Comment: C: History of Biostars
... Thanks Wouter. Do you mean, fraction of change compared to previous year or something else? This is a type of analysis I thought of but didn't do *yet*. ...
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Blog: Evolution of Biostars
... Hi, I have been *planning* to do this small data science project & finally got sometime to *actually do* it. I scraped `Biostars` data (Question title, day asked & associated tags) since the site is live until today (2009 - 23/02/2019) and asked some questions. Here is the brief overview ...
biostars blog written 4 months ago by venu6.2k • updated 4 months ago by JC8.0k
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Comment: C: Pseudotime on scRNAseq TPMs?
... [This page][1] listed all pseudotime analysis algorithms. Worth exploring to check if any of these can do the job you want? [1]: https://github.com/agitter/single-cell-pseudotime ...
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Comment: C: Chip seq (ac) reads count per pick
... Check [deepTools multiBamSummary][1] [1]: https://deeptools.readthedocs.io/en/develop/content/tools/multiBamSummary.html ...
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Comment: C: Help with HOMER motif profile plots
... I created a bigiwg ( using bedtools genomecov + kent utils) and plotted with plotProfile. The motif I'm interested in is has very sparse hits, applying loess fit on plotProfile output data is more/less looking closer to the above plot. I think I understood what's happening inside. ...
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Answer: A: Help with HOMER motif profile plots
... For future googlers, here is the response from lead author of HOMER, Chris Benner > The motif plots are normalized by taking the actual motif totals, then normalizing by the bin size used in the histogram (so that the motif densities are comparable across different bin sizes) and the total numbe ...
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Help with HOMER motif profile plots
... Hi, I'm trying to understand profile plots for motifs. Homer has a function (annotatePeaks.pl) to generate motif density profiles that looks like following (lifted from [here][1]) ![enter image description here][2] While I understand what these profile plots convey for ChIP-seq data (e.g. those g ...
homer motifs written 5 months ago by venu6.2k

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