User: joneill4x

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Comment: C: Figuring out HiC restriction enzyme
... Can you go into further detail how you figured it out gbdias? I am in the same situation as you were. There are 20 over-represented 7-mers located near the start of my reads. (Both for forward reads and reverse reads). How do I used this data to deduce the restriction enzyme cutting site? ...
written 3 months ago by joneill4x30
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Comment: C: Extract PE Reads (with their mates) supporting variants in vcf file
... Haha! Unfortunately, there will be no article written, but seeds will sprout and thrive thanks to your help. ...
written 4 months ago by joneill4x30
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Comment: C: Extract PE Reads (with their mates) supporting variants in vcf file
... This was just what I needed as well! It was a huge help, at just the right time! Thank you Pierre! All I had to do was manually edit the VCF file 'src/test/resources/S1.vcf.gz' so that it would reflect my target variant. ...
written 4 months ago by joneill4x30
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Answer: A: How To Get The Subclusters From The Object Of Hclust() Using Cutree() According
... Thank you, this was really helpful. EDIT: this was meant to be under seidel's answer. ...
written 10 months ago by joneill4x30
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unitigs for proovread
... "Unitigs are high-confidence assembly fragments produced by for example ALLPATHS, Meraculous2 or the Celera Assembler. In contrast to contigs, unitigs don’t extend past any conflict in the underlying short read data, making them highly reliable." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4609002/ ...
proovread illumina idba_ud written 2.2 years ago by joneill4x30
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Comment: C: Newbler 3 assembler download - assembly of highly heterozygous genome
... Hi lexnederbragt, thanks for your answer. I tried using that link again just now, but it still is showing only v2.9 available for download. ...
written 2.2 years ago by joneill4x30
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Newbler 3 assembler download - assembly of highly heterozygous genome
... Hello all, Does anyone know where I can obtain a copy of the Newbler v3.0 assembler? I have managed to download and install v2.9, having obtained it from from the 454 official website. Link: http://454.com/contact-us/software-request.asp However, v2.9 has a max read length of 2000, while v3.0 ...
newbler assembly written 2.3 years ago by joneill4x30 • updated 9 months ago by salgado70
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Comment: C: Detecting gene duplication in de-novo assembly
... OK! I'll give that a try. Thanks Wouter! ...
written 2.5 years ago by joneill4x30
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Comment: C: Detecting gene duplication in de-novo assembly
... RDXplorer looks like a good one for me to try. Edit - only for human genome, looks like I can't use it. ...
written 2.5 years ago by joneill4x30
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Comment: C: Detecting gene duplication in de-novo assembly
... Diploid genome, Heterozygous rate 0.01 - 0.02. Estimated genome size 700 000 000 bases. ~15X PacBio ~65X Illumina coverage ...
written 2.5 years ago by joneill4x30

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