User: Carlos Borroto

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Masters in Bioinformatics with strong focus in computational genomics and gene expression analysis. Bioinformatics Analyst with over seven years of experience in international and domestic laboratory environments. Extensive experience in computational applications for laboratory data analyses.

Specialties:Bioinformatics, UNIX/Linux administration, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology.

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Answer: A: Alternative to VEP.
... I recently started playing with [Jannovar][1] and I'm pleasantly surprised how easy it has been to get up and running with it. Highly recommend giving it a try. [1]: https://github.com/charite/jannovar/ ...
written 11 weeks ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Answer: A: Bottleneck for scattered subworkflows
... All inputs for the step have to be available. See [this][1], look for bullet point "Instead of scattering separate steps, prefer to scatter over a subworkflow." [1]: https://doc.arvados.org/user/cwl/cwl-style.html ...
written 12 weeks ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Comment: A: python script error: ImportError: No module named pysam
... This is most likely the case where you are using a `pip` command associated with a different `python` installation. Please share the exact command used to install `pysam`. That could help decide what to do next to figure out where `pysam` might be getting installed. ...
written 7 months ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Is there a good way to test CWL tools and workflows?
... I'm getting started writing CWL tools and workflows. I would like to get a good testing framework setup from the beginning. Is there something that can help testing CWL? How are you testing CWL? I saw [cwltest][1] exists. However, the documentation is very sparse. I haven't figured out what should ...
cwl written 8 months ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k • updated 6 months ago by ionox0280
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Answer: A: VCF Normalisation is required ?
... 1) Yes, you do need to do normalization of the VCF, however the tools below will help you with that. 2) The main tools I know of are Illumina's [hap.py][1] and Real Time Genomics' [vcfeval][2]. Both are tools recommended by the PrecicionFDA [Truth Challenge][3]. [1]: https://github.com/Illumina ...
written 10 months ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Answer: A: Problem Downloading The Nt Database From Ncbi
... In case someone finds this thread while searching for this issue, you can ask update_blastdb to use passive mode. $ update_blastdb --passive --decompress nt ...
written 13 months ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Answer: A: Difference Between Picards Mergebamalignment And Mergesamfiles
... Long detailed explanation from the [GATK forum][1]. > 3C. Restore altered data and apply & adjust meta information using MergeBamAlignment >MergeBamAlignment is a beast of a tool, so its introduction is longer. It does more than is implied by its name. Explaining these features requires ...
written 19 months ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Comment: C: Introducing Clumpify: Create 30% Smaller, Faster Gzipped Fastq Files. And remov
... How do you think this will affect reads coming from two almost identical regions but for a few bases? For example SMN1/SMN2 have regions that are only differentiated by 1 base. Would `clumpify.sh` with the recommended allowed subs parameter remove non-duplicated reads for these two regions? --Carlo ...
written 22 months ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Comment: C: Rsync and python for ftp.ncbi
... I think you are falling in the trap of the [XY problem][1]. Please tell us more about what you are trying to do. Even without the details of what you really want to do, I doubt you need to get python involved here, most probably rsync by itself can do it. [1]: http://meta.stackexchange.com/quest ...
written 2.5 years ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k
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Answer: A: How to calculate average coverage for all genes
... I recently found myself looking for the exact info. I too decided to go with bedtools. This is my final one liner assuming a pre-sorted bam file. bedtools coverage -sorted -d -g human_g1k_v37.genome -a genes.bed -b my_sorted.bam \ | sort -k4,4 \ | bedtools groupby -g 4 -c 8 -o mean ...
written 2.5 years ago by Carlos Borroto1.8k

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