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Into anything sports related. My proudest achievements are running 2 half marathons after a leg injury which stopped me running for 10 years. I also enjoy pottery and have more fruit bowls than any normal person should have.

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Comment: C: Help Understanding Pileup Format
... Thanks Nina for your reply. I didn't generate this data - i was just given it. I only have the pileup files - not the raw data. Is there a way to filter reads with low mapping quality from the pileup at this point or could/should it have been done before the pileup was created. I read the link you g ...
written 9.7 years ago by Pi520
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Help Understanding Pileup Format
... Hello I have been given some data in pileup format. Whilst it is beyond the scope of my work to go into the details of how the reads/alignments etc are generated I think it would be remiss of me not to try and understand a bit more about what is going on. I have read the SAM tools manual and expla ...
pileup written 9.7 years ago by Pi520 • updated 9.7 years ago by Nina380
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Looking For A Taxonomy With Species And Breeds
... Greetings Is there a taxonomy that contains details of species and breeds. I have not been able to find one Thank you for your time ...
taxonomy written 9.7 years ago by Pi520 • updated 9.7 years ago by Hamish3.2k
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Comment: C: Indel Notation In Variant Calling
... thanks for your answer. i don't have any alignments to check by eye. just this data. why is the * sometimes before or after the /? If * means one of the genotypes matches the reference, why don't they include the reference allele in the genotype instead. what does it mean when the reference allele i ...
written 9.7 years ago by Pi520
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Answer: A: More Than One Rs Number For Snp
... Checkout the flanking sequence of these 2 snps. They are not the same hence the 2 different rs entries ...
written 9.7 years ago by Pi520
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Comment: C: Go Terms In Ensembl
... it would seem this is the missing link i was looking for!! ...
written 9.7 years ago by Pi520
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Comment: C: Go Terms In Ensembl
... Thanks for your reply. Do you know where this information is stored in the underlying database? I prefer to work with the db directly if possible. ...
written 9.7 years ago by Pi520
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Comment: C: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... i've removed the edit as it came out a bit big! ...
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Comment: C: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... hi. it was that figure that confused me because the smallest bin in the diagram is 1bp :) If the paper is just saying that once you have found your bin your have to loop through all the features in that bin (rather than the whole genome) then I understand the process. I thought I was missing somethi ...
written 9.7 years ago by Pi520
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Go Terms In Ensembl
... Greetings When using ensembl, database entries are linked to GO terms at the transcript level. According to the documentation in the Perl api, the GO terms listed are those associated with the Swiss Prot entry for the transcript. These GO terms are then linked directly to the transcript as xrefs vi ...
gene ensembl written 9.7 years ago by Pi520 • updated 9.5 years ago by Travis2.8k

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