User: brunobsouzaa

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Comment: C: Is trimming necessary for RNAseq?
... I don't perform trimming at all but I do apply some filters for genes with really low read counts. Also, a results validation helps a lot! But, you can perform some tests and compare results with trimmed and not trimmed data, this will give you a really good direction on what to do! ...
written 6 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: Calling CNVs from SNPs within targeted gene panel
... I work with targeted sequencing and I like to use `cnvkit` and `ExomeDepth` for CNV calls. Take a look into their respective manuals, might help you! `convading` is also a good tool, but it's too slow! ...
written 6 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: does RSEM need STAR?
... See [here][1] [1]: https://github.com/bli25broad/RSEM_tutorial ...
written 8 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: Why is gnomAD AF vs gnomAD exome AF so different?
... Actually not. Take a look at gnomAD FAQ. The number of samples in Exome and Genome studies is very different! ...
written 14 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: Why is gnomAD AF vs gnomAD exome AF so different?
... Perhaps you're looking at genome and exome AF! ...
written 14 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Answer: C: Convert CSV to PED
... Taken from [here][1] If your .csv file contains data reqired for .ped and .map formats you can use it directly. For the .ped mandatory columns are: Family ID, Individual ID, Paternal ID, Maternal ID, Sex (1=male; 2=female; other=unknown), Phenotype. You need these data to run Plink. Then instead of ...
written 19 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: Annotating variants using latest version fof the genome
... If you use different genome versions yes, it will give you wrong annotations! ...
written 28 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Answer: C: Annotating variants using latest version fof the genome
... Just to check if I understood, you have SNP data with hg19 coordinates and you want to annotate with hg38 coordinates? Don't do this, use the same genome version to annotate your files. ...
written 28 days ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: problem with a for loop
... Oh, now I got it! You can simply remove the intermediate files as soon as they are used (I do this!) or you can try to use pipe `|` between your functions. I've never tried this approach but doesn't hurt to try! ...
written 5 weeks ago by brunobsouzaa400
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Comment: C: problem with a for loop
... Can you try this? `OUTPUT=/dev/stdout/$i.bam` on your first command and check the output? ...
written 5 weeks ago by brunobsouzaa400

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