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Answer: A: Command line blast atlas
... Hi @Lee Katz. Have you found software to do this? Thanks! ...
written 9 weeks ago by ropolocan450
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Comment: C: GFA to Fasta file
... GFA is the Graphical Fragment Assembly format. Here is a post by Heng Li (@lh3) on this: https://lh3.github.io/2014/07/19/a-proposal-of-the-grapical-fragment-assembly-format. ...
written 11 weeks ago by ropolocan450
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Comment: C: Snakemake vs. Nextflow: strengths and weaknesses
... Excellent! Thanks for bringing attention to this, @steve. I will definitely try it out. ...
written 5 months ago by ropolocan450
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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 9 months ago by ropolocan450
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Comment: C: Interpretation of Kraken results
... I agree. This makes sense. Thanks, @Asaf. ...
written 9 months ago by ropolocan450
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Comment: C: Interpretation of Kraken results
... Agreed. Thanks for your answer, @Joseph Hughes. ...
written 9 months ago by ropolocan450
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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 9 months ago by ropolocan450 • updated 9 months ago by Joseph Hughes2.6k
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Answer: A: Determining a complete genome from contigs
... Mauve can also be an option for this. ...
written 10 months ago by ropolocan450
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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 10 months ago by ropolocan450
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Comment: C: Recommendations of Linux distros for beginners in bioinformatics
... Nice image, @Farbod. Thanks! ...
written 10 months ago by ropolocan450

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