User: rleach

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Comment: C: JAVA Treeview: analysing my favourite genes at once
... Find arrays refers to the columns. It's a search of the column labels. ...
written 7 weeks ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: JAVA Treeview: analysing my favourite genes at once
... If you can manipulate the tree to get the genes next to each other, you could select them and select Export->Save Data and then open that file for clustering? There's probably a better way to do it, but that's my first thought. ...
written 7 weeks ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Java TreeView like tools
... It is being updated, in fact: http://treeview.princeton.edu. We're on the cusp of the first beta release. Final code review in process. Prepping publication too. ...
written 7 weeks ago by rleach40
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How to shorten runtimes of freebayes on very deep long reads with a smattering of largish indels
... I have a very deep illumina run on 5 amplicons subjected to mutation stress. The PI wants to get per-base mutation frequencies at each position of each amplicon, mapped to the original amplicon reference. It was a paired-end illumina run with a read length of 250. The reads were merged. The long ...
bam freebayes written 12 weeks ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Quick & dirty DNA coordinates in any mac app
... Added another service: Reverse Complement. Select sequence, right click, & select Reverse Complement. The RC'd sequence shows up in a dialog, pre-selected for copying. ...
written 3 months ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Quick & dirty DNA coordinates in any mac app
... Just added 3 more services: *Select N Nucleotides*, *Select N Alignment Characters*, and Select N Sequence Characters. The first 2 work on nucleotide strings and the third will work on amino-acid or quality strings. There is as yet, no service provided for amino acid alignments. ...
written 3 months ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Quick & dirty DNA coordinates in any mac app
... That was a copy-paste-o. I would have typed it out yesterday, but couldn't log in because of an issue with github linked accounts, so I posted initially on seqanswers. This morning, I just copied that post here. Didn't check the link, obviously. ...
written 3 months ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Quick & dirty DNA coordinates in any mac app
... Oh cool. OK. The instructions and explanation of usage are in the blog post though. There's a cursory explanation in the comments of the files in the gist. Do you think that's enough? ...
written 3 months ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Quick & dirty DNA coordinates in any mac app
... I was wondering where would be appropriate for this sort of post. But where's "here"? Did you intend to link that? ...
written 3 months ago by rleach40
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Comment: C: Quick & dirty DNA coordinates in any mac app
... Thanks! Was just about to fix it. ...
written 3 months ago by rleach40

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