User: Lila M

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Does any one know how this Percentage-normalized Signal has been calculated?
... Hi everybody, I'm, trying to follow this [protocol][1] using my own files, but I'm a bit stuck because I don't know how they get the [bigwig files][2]. Apparently the "replication signals at each location were determined as a percentage of the sum of the six normalized tag density signals", but do ...
ucsc-tables repli-seq ucsc written 10 days ago by Lila M 380
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Comment: C: repli-seq analysis pipeline
... what do you mean? can you please be more specific? Thanks! ...
written 17 days ago by Lila M 380
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Comment: C: repli-seq analysis pipeline
... But is somehow normalised to the Input or independent of it? Thanks! ...
written 17 days ago by Lila M 380
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Comment: C: repli-seq analysis pipeline
... Thank you very much! One more thing, how is the normalization doing? ...
written 17 days ago by Lila M 380
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How to analyze a ratio data set at different replication time point.
... Hi every body, I have a final data set (that I get using repliscan) with ratios a different time point (ES, MS and LS) over the human genome. I would like to analyze the data to see if there are differences in the replication time points chr start end ratio1 ratio2 ratio3 ratioMS ratioLS ...
ratio reliscan repliseq written 22 days ago by Lila M 380 • updated 17 days ago by pbpanigrahi170
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Comment: C: repli-seq analysis pipeline
... Hi! Did you find the way to analyze the data? Im in the same situation! ...
written 23 days ago by Lila M 380
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How can I analyze more than two conditions in DESeq2?
... Hi, I'm stuck analyzing a data set of genes that corresponds to different timepoints. I used DESeq for this approach but in that case I have different condition : data file ID time 14h_S1.bam 14h 14h_S7.bam 14h 16h_S2.bam 16h 16h_S8.bam 16h 19h_S3.bam 19h 19h ...
deseq2 rna-seq written 28 days ago by Lila M 380 • updated 28 days ago by Lisa Ha40
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Comment: C: Is possible to convert BSgenome object to GRange?
... Super quick! Thanks very much!! ...
written 6 months ago by Lila M 380
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Comment: C: Is possible to convert BSgenome object to GRange?
... That exactly what I was looking for! Thanks! ...
written 6 months ago by Lila M 380
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Comment: C: Is possible to convert BSgenome object to GRange?
... I understand what you say. My concern is if there is an easy option to construct a GRange (ranges and strand) object using the complete Dmelanogaster genome, let's say something like that, in a fast way: genes <- GRanges(seqnames=c("chr2L" , "chr2R" , "chr3L" , "chr3R" , "chr4" , "chrX ...
written 6 months ago by Lila M 380

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