User: rando2

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rando230
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I have a PhD in Informatics from the University of Illinois. Most of my work has focused on the development of the red fox genome assembly and characterization of red fox genetic variation for the purpose of studying extreme social behavioral phenotypes.

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Answer: A: It is possible to improve my assembly?
... Are you working in a species with closely related species that have finished or high-quality assemblies? I ask because there are some tools for reference-based assembly of larger fragments (e.g., chromosome fragments) from scaffolds. The one I have worked with, and had pretty good success with, is [ ...
written 11 months ago by rando230
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Answer: A: How to deal with gaps during translation with biopython
... Hello! Have you tried looking at the documentation for the translate function? I believe [this resource][1] will help you troubleshoot. Specifically, for the problem you described, you should be able to specify the character that represents a gap. So in your case, this would be: df['prot'] = pd.Se ...
written 13 months ago by rando230
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Comment: C: LD-decay in a r2 vs distance(cm) plot
... I had the same issue as you, and I think I figured out a way to re-integrate the mapthin output. Assuming that, as described above, you ran mapthin as "mapthin -b 20 snp.bim snp-thin.bim" You can then run the following to reformat the sites in your original bfile according to the mapthin output: p ...
written 13 months ago by rando230

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