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Comment: C: phylogenetic analysis of pathogenic bacteria
... Hello arpitprince91! We believe that this post does not fit the main topic of this site. You have already asked a question by the exact same title, and not responded to moderator concerns. Your posts will continue to be closed until you show some effort to improve the questions. For this reason ...
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Comment: C: How to see how many times a sequence of ~7000 bp occurs in long reads?
... Do you not need to assemble first to figure this out? How will you (easily) detect multiple genetically modified versions when you will already get many, many reads mapping? ...
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Comment: C: phylogenetic analysis of pathogenic bacteria
... Without much more information about how you constructed your tree, what data its based on etc.; no, we can't. Does it seem plausible to you that that would be a real trend based on your data? ...
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Comment: C: Split comma seperated list of GO terms into multiple rows and maintain gene iden
... Is it all tab separated? there are what look like tabs *and* commas in your example input. ...
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Comment: C: Giving some ideas
... Hello Mbillah! We believe that this post does not fit the main topic of this site. I'm not convinced this is even a legitimate question. If you want it reopened and serious answers, you need to put considerably more effort in to this question. What kind of samples would be a start. For this reas ...
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Comment: C: Analysis of Gene Tree
... What do you think the explanation is? ...
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Comment: C: How to create a heatmap of RNA-Seq Data in R?
... We know essentially nothing about your experiment, how could we tell you what’s biologically meaningful? ...
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Comment: C: How to create a heatmap of RNA-Seq Data in R?
... Stop adding new posts as answers unless you’re actually posting a solution to the question. ...
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Comment: C: How to find conserved regions from multiple sequence alignment
... Please show some effort/what you've tried so far. This is a pretty basic question, so I can't believe you haven't found something to do this yourself. What 'kind' of consensus are you looking for - your question is much too vague. ...
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Comment: C: Biopython to compute the distance between residues
... Fairly sure this is caused by non-amino acid elements in the list as they wont have alpha carbons. Try the following: import numpy import itertools from Bio.PDB.PDBParser import PDBParser parser = PDBParser() structure = parser.get_structure("1A80", "1A80.pdb") re ...
written 6 days ago by jrj.healey11k

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