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Comment: C: Scientifically reasoning of a data analysis report
... Thanks Michael :) This is exactly what I mean ...
written 23 days ago by XBria50
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Comment: C: Scientifically reasoning of a data analysis report
... Analysis of 12 samples of human ( paired-end reads), mapping with STAR and Hisat2 results in some rates showing that Star maps higher rates of reads to the genome rather than Hisat2. I need to write a clear paragraph at the end of my report for those who refer to my report, explaining what exactly r ...
written 23 days ago by XBria50
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Scientifically reasoning of a data analysis report
... Hey guys, Paired-end reads data analysis of rna-seq is done. The report represents STAR aligner outperforms Hisat2 in uniquely mapped reads rates (however STAR is slower than Hisat2). >Scientifically reasoning< ; this is the core of the report, should be clearly and scientifically written. Ho ...
rna-seq written 23 days ago by XBria50
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Comment: C: How to interpret log.final.out in star
... I have to write about the optimization process. That is why I need to perform optimization, however the default parameters values seem the best. Thanks ...
written 9 months ago by XBria50
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Comment: C: How to interpret log.final.out in star
... So, how can I recognize if a mapping command with an optimized parameters is the best one among the rest of options by only the files of STAR? ...
written 9 months ago by XBria50
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How to interpret log.final.out in star
... Hi, Can anyone please let me know which percentages are showing precision and recall of reads in the star log.final.out file ? Is it the annotated splice junctions/total number of splice junctions ? how about *mapped correctly* and *mapped incorrectly* ? Thanks ...
rna-seq written 9 months ago by XBria50 • updated 9 months ago by h.mon21k
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Comment: C: Parameter optimization STAR
... Many many thanks Macspider, Your answers are always easy-to-understand. I am trying to do what you said. Again thanks :) ...
written 9 months ago by XBria50
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Comment: C: Sub_sampling Paired_end reads in Fastq.gz format.
... Dear Macspider, Can YOU please answer my two last questions that is not answered yet in the following link ? I need to finish the project. Please help me understand it. Thanks, https://www.biostars.org/p/299619/#299624 ...
written 9 months ago by XBria50
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Comment: C: Parameter optimization STAR
... Since outfiltermismatchNoverLmax and outfiltermismatchNoverReadLmax do not improve the mismatch rate, I will leave them intact. The only parameter I change is outfiltermismatchNmax. I would like to know your idea please. ...
written 9 months ago by XBria50
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Comment: C: Parameter optimization STAR
... Dear Genomax, Can you please clarify how may I do that ? what I am going to do is mapping with the parameter --outFilterMismatchNmax with different values. the results will be written in a table. As I understood, the smaller value may not be the best option. There should be a cut off considering sen ...
written 9 months ago by XBria50

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