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Answer: A: "Core Dumped" when using GEMMA for GWAS
... "Segmentation fault" means that you tried to access memory that you do not have access to. You need more memory to run your job. Try requesting more memory using qsh, qlogin or qrsh. For example, the following command will request "X" MB: $ qlogin -l h_vmem=XM ...
written 14 months ago by r.harrington30
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Looking for software to run a multivariate linear mixed model GWAS on a Principal Component Analysis with a bimodal distribution
... Hey guys, I'm having issues trying to run a multivariate linear mixed model (lmm) Genome Wide Association Study (GWAS). My input files & genotyping files are fine, but when I tried to run the GWAS in [Gemma][1], the program stalled. I've no issue running GWAS on individual phenotypes, but I'v ...
gwas pca snp written 14 months ago by r.harrington30 • updated 3 months ago by sa.kornilov0
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Mapping large contigs to a reference genome
... Hey everyone, I'm working on combining contigs from two WGS projects into one scaffold set, as outlined here. I've just gotten CISA- which was recommended in a related post- to work for me in the MyPro virtual machine detailed on the CISA page. Essentially, the CISA output genome size is half of w ...
sequence alignment contigs mapping scaffolding written 3.1 years ago by r.harrington30
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Assembling a chromosome for an E. coli strain using contigs/scaffolds from two WGS projects
... Hello everyone, I'm working on improving the gene coverage for the chromosome of an E. coli strain, using existing WGS data. There are two WGS projects for this strain on NCBI (according to the assembly report, the assembly level for one of them is "scaffold", and for the other is "contig"). So fa ...
genome assembly alignment written 3.1 years ago by r.harrington30 • updated 3.1 years ago by h.mon18k

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