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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: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... I should also add I've never used R or Bioconductor so that woudl not be the first choice for me given my current skill set ...
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Comment: C: Help Using Tabix
... i have also added an edit to my previous question about interval sizes. I would really appreciate it if you could revisit the question and address that point ...
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Comment: C: Help Using Tabix
... ok - tabix is not suitable for my needs. shall i close the question? ...
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Comment: C: Help Using Tabix
... Thanks for your reply. I appreciate the point you are making and I did make a comment on the previous question to address that point but perhaps you did not see it? Would you be so kind as to revisit the previous question? Also it would really help if you could you comment on my point about interval ...
written 9.8 years ago by Pi520
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Help Using Tabix
... Greetings How do you view the tbi file generated by tabix? I am using tabix v0.2.5 to index a local BED file of gene positions. The tbi index file is bgzipped. I can read the bgzipped BED file using the commands you would expect (e.g. zless) I would like to use the intervals generated by tabix and ...
tabix written 9.8 years ago by Pi520 • updated 9.8 years ago by Istvan Albert ♦♦ 86k
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Comment: C: What Are Phased And Unphased Genotypes?
... if the paternal haplotype is A-T and the maternal haplotype is A-C why isn't the second notation 0/0 - 1/0 or using the bases A/A - T/C ...
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Comment: C: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... I think i might have confused the issue with the 'isexonic' flag in the question. That was an abstraction for this question. Most of the time I will not be setting flags like this (though sometimes i do) but querying my database to retrieve overlapping features such as colocated snps or snps in exon ...
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Comment: C: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... Also, how do you recommend calculating the bins/intervals needed to query/retrieve data from the databse? Do i need to use tabix to calculate the intervals for retrieval? I'm also interested as to why you say don't use perl or python to deal with the intervals. Is it because it would be too slow? Wo ...
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Comment: C: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... thanks a lot. I am just looking into this. If i wanted to look to see if I had any co-located snps, is it correct to say that the smallest bin/interval level would have to be 1bp. I could look to see if they had the same bin because a snp is only a single base pair and colocated snps would reside in ...
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Comment: C: Fast Method To Detect Whether Snp Lies In Sequence Feature
... thanks a lot. I am just looking into this. If i wanted to look to see if I had any co-located snps, is it correct to say that the smallest bin/interval level would have to be 1bp. I could look to see if they had the same bin because a snp is only a single base pair and colocated snps would reside in ...
written 9.8 years ago by Pi520

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