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Comment: C: Android Apps Suggestions for bioinformatics
... audio recording apps already exist, as do note taking apps ...
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Comment: C: Android Apps Suggestions for bioinformatics
... Bioinformatics happens mostly on remote Linux servers. I cant think of anything that would be useful for an Android or iOS app to do. Terminal emulators already exist for mobile devices but they are not feasible for doing real work on a day-to-day basis. Phones really have no role at all in bioinfor ...
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Comment: C: CWL: how to set default values
... > I would suggest that they generate YAML formatted input templates instead of JSON few languages and frameworks which I have used have support for writing YAML out of the box, thus leading to the constant requirements for including YAML library dependencies in your software stack. On the other ...
written 4 months ago by steve2.6k
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Answer: A: How much RAM / how many CPUs should I allocate for Mutect2?
... MuTect2 has historically not run multi-threaded, in fact you are discouraged from enabling multithread options with it (some GATK engine multithread options were still accessible but did not work). Yes, it is excruciatingly slow to run. For memory, I only ever used [12GB](https://github.com/NYU-Mole ...
written 5 months ago by steve2.6k
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Comment: C: Which programming langauge shall I start as a beginner in Bioinformatics
... if you care about your end-user's happiness and sanity, then stay away from any language that requires an interpreter or runtime. Managing Python and R libraries is by far one of the worst things about working in Bioinformatics. And containers do not make it much better, just means you now need to t ...
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Comment: C: A free temporary HPC service for bioinformatic analysis
... I remember a long time ago looking into [TACC](https://www.tacc.utexas.edu/use-tacc/getting-started;jsessionid=ADDBD382B6989BDD6620AD27BAAF8711) and [XSEDE](https://portal.xsede.org/#/guest) for HPC resource but never got around to using them; not sure they have a free tier still, I remember having ...
written 7 months ago by steve2.6k
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Comment: C: Editing tools script in a docker container
... you either re-build the Singularity container from the recipe (Dockerfile or Singularity file) with the changes you like or, preferably, do not use hard-coded locations to write files to, you should be using the volume bind flags to bind in locations on the host system and direct the container to r ...
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Answer: A: Pindel installation failing due to htslib
... Try this: FROM ubuntu:16.04 RUN apt-get update && \ apt-get install -y wget \ bzip2 RUN wget https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-4.4.10-Linux-x86_64.sh && \ bash Miniconda3-4.4.10-Linux-x86_64.sh -b -p /conda && \ rm -f Minico ...
written 8 months ago by steve2.6k
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Comment: C: methplotlib: visualization and analysis of modified nucleotides from nanopore se
... I think the name will help it attract more attention ...
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Comment: C: Copying BCL files from BaseSpace directly into tar.gz
... yeah in the past I have just used `basemount` to keep the BaseSpace location mounted to the server I am on, then you can implement your automatic methods however you want. https://basemount.basespace.illumina.com/ If you already have an AWS instance then maybe you can just mount it there? Not sure ...
written 8 months ago by steve2.6k

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