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Comment: C: Randomly Split A Fastq File
... This answer is wrong and should be given -1. ...
written 5 months ago by student-t430
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Answer: A: K-mers using JEllyfish
... Just use DSK. The software can take a single FASTA file. dsk -abundance-min 0 -file A.V.10.fa -out ABCD dsk2ascii -file ABCD.h5 -out ABCD.txt Remember to specify the minimum abundance to zero. ...
written 7 months ago by student-t430
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Comment: C: Bug in RUV spike-in normalization?
... Tell me what he responds. ...
written 8 months ago by student-t430
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Comment: C: Individual whole genome sequence data download FASTQ
... File not found... Can you please check? ...
written 9 months ago by student-t430
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How to fix my broken GTF file?
... I have an incomplete GTF file with lines such as: chr1 hg38_ct_UserTrack_3545 exon 94353 94355 2109 + . gene_id "R2_66"; transcript_id "R2_66_1"; This describes an exon. All the lines in my incomplete GTF file describe an exon or CDS. **Question:** I want to fix my GTF file. For instance, I ...
gtf written 10 months ago by student-t430 • updated 10 months ago by Ryan Dale4.6k
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How should I choose? Decoy or not?
... Whe I goto: ftp://ftp.broadinstitute.org/bundle/b37/, there are two FASTA files I can use for alignment: - human_g1k_v37_decoy.fasta.gz - human_g1k_v37.fasta.gz The two files are very close in file size. As far as I understand, the decoy version is slighter faster. Other than that, anything e ...
genome written 10 months ago by student-t430
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Comment: C: How to count SNPs, InDels
... Alex's solution is faster and better. ...
written 11 months ago by student-t430
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Management software for my samples?
... I work in a small lab. Although small, we still have many samples (100+) for RNA-Seq, whole-genome sequencing etc. We have been using an Excel file to track our samples, such as: - Who sequenced? - What technology? - What's the sequencing depth? - File name - ... and anything related to the s ...
rna-seq sequencing written 11 months ago by student-t430
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Comment: C: Automatic IGV snapshot script
... I've forked the project. It works. +1. Well done! ...
written 11 months ago by student-t430
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Comment: C: How to sort VCF "chr1, chr2..."
... I've edited my question to address your concerns. ...
written 12 months ago by student-t430

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