User: ropolocan

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Answer: A: Snakemake vs. Nextflow: strengths and weaknesses
... I thought I would share this Reddit thread on workflow management systems. There are very interesting posts on `snakemake` vs. `nextflow`: https://www.reddit.com/r/bioinformatics/comments/73am0k/ncbi_hackathons_discussions_on_bioinformatics/ ...
written 3 months ago by ropolocan400
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Comment: C: Interpretation of Kraken results
... I agree. This makes sense. Thanks, @Asaf. ...
written 3 months ago by ropolocan400
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Comment: C: Interpretation of Kraken results
... Agreed. Thanks for your answer, @Joseph Hughes. ...
written 3 months ago by ropolocan400
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Interpretation of Kraken results
... Dear Biostars community: I have been using Kraken extensively for the characterization of microbiomes. My colleague and I have a bit of a disagreement on how to interpret the results from the Kraken reports. For example, let’s imagine we have a subset of a Kraken report that looks like this: ...
kraken metagenomics taxonomy classification written 3 months ago by ropolocan400 • updated 3 months ago by Joseph Hughes2.5k
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Answer: A: Determining a complete genome from contigs
... Mauve can also be an option for this. ...
written 4 months ago by ropolocan400
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Answer: A: SNP Analysis of bacterial genomes
... Hello Optimist, Some tools come to mind: **Snippy**: Might be more appropriate in this case given the number of isolates you want to analyze. https://github.com/tseemann/snippy **SNVPhyl**: might be more useful if you sequence more genomes than those two since the end goal is to produce a SNV/S ...
written 4 months ago by ropolocan400
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Comment: C: Recommendations of Linux distros for beginners in bioinformatics
... Nice image, @Farbod. Thanks! ...
written 4 months ago by ropolocan400
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Comment: C: Recommendations of Linux distros for beginners in bioinformatics
... Great to hear that your Debian laptop just works with HDMI and VGA. Recently switched to Debian (with XFCE desktop environment), and I am really enjoying it. Thanks for your earlier suggestion on Debian Med, @Charles Plessy. It sounds very interesting. ...
written 4 months ago by ropolocan400
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Comment: C: Recommendations of Linux distros for beginners in bioinformatics
... Agreed. Bioconda is one of my favourite solutions for managing bioinformatics software, along with Linuxbrew. I enjoyed working with BioLinux, though I haven't kept up to date. They had a great tutorial for introduction to Linux from which I learned a lot. ...
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Comment: C: Recommendations of Linux distros for beginners in bioinformatics
... Makes sense. Thanks, @genomax. ...
written 4 months ago by ropolocan400

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