User: ggman

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Comment: C: Gemma linear mixed model analysis with second grm format
... did you end up figuring out what caused this error on yours? ...
written 15 days ago by ggman80
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Comment: C: Segmentation fault using gemma
... I have gone up to 32 CPUs per task and 20 mem per cpu and it is still failing... I'm so confused. ...
written 15 days ago by ggman80
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Comment: A: Segmentation fault using gemma
... I have gone up to 32 CPUs per task and 20 mem per cpu and it is still failing... I'm so confused. ...
written 15 days ago by ggman80
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Segmentation fault using gemma
... Hi everyone, I am receiving an interesting error when I run gemma for a MLMM gwas... /var/spool/slurmd/slurm_script: line 27: 27058 Segmentation fault Is this an issue with my file or a memory error? I have seen conflicting posts on biostars and was hoping to seek clarification. ...
gemma gwas written 16 days ago by ggman80
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Comment: C: Exacting all the headers in a fasta file using R
... Yikes, amended to be CSV ...
written 8 weeks ago by ggman80
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Answer: A: Exacting all the headers in a fasta file using R
... grep "^>" | sed 's/;/,/g' > Command line answer. Grep will search for ">" and sed will substitute ";" with a tab creating new columns. the last ">" will output your results to the new file name you indicated. ...
written 8 weeks ago by ggman80
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Comment: C: PLINK vcf to binary files error: Unused command line option: --vcf
... Where's the command you're running? All I see is the input and directed output. ...
written 8 weeks ago by ggman80
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Comment: A: Folding RNA on python
... awk '{print $1"\t"$n}' fill in as whatever the column the value is in, assuming it is a tab deliminated file. $1 is the sample name if not... substitute that for wherever the sample name is on that file. like Brett said... can't really help you if we don't know what file type you are looking at. ...
written 10 weeks ago by ggman80
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Comment: C: BWA-MEM Syntax Understanding
... Gotcha, thanks Devon! ...
written 7 months ago by ggman80
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BWA-MEM Syntax Understanding
... Hey all, I am trying to switch over from bowtie to BWA. There are many options that I don't understand once you attempt to align reads to the reference genome. Would it be better to leave these options as default, especially when it comes to the scoring? GG ...
bwa-mem alignment written 7 months ago by ggman80 • updated 7 months ago by Devon Ryan90k

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