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Comment: C: How can I use KING on windows ?
... Sorry but I seem to be pretty lost about it haha. I am using plink via the command line and I have KING in the same file as plink. I supposed both plink and KING have to be on the same directory in order for KING to find the bed files it needs for analyses, no? So i just open the command line and d ...
written 29 days ago by maria479020
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How can I use KING on windows ?
... Hello all.. I am using Plink 1.07 to perform all analyses on my dataset but recently I found KING and that it can give info on relationship inference but i don't seem to be able to make it work.. Do I do it through command line? Do i start it while I use plink? I'm at a loss so any help appreciated ...
king relationshipinference plink bioinformatics written 4 weeks ago by maria479020
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Comment: C: GRCh37 database, population filter
... i have also noticed that biomart has two options for every population. eg: EUR and EUR-COMMON. what is the difference between the two? ...
written 3.4 years ago by maria479020
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Comment: C: GRCh37 database, population filter
... thank you so much!! ...
written 3.4 years ago by maria479020
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Comment: C: GRCh37 database, population filter
... wow greatly appreciated! ...
written 3.4 years ago by maria479020
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GRCh37 database, population filter
... Good morning to all! Iam here with another question that has been bugging me.. I am using the GRCh37 database for SNPs, and those SNPs are taken from 5 big population accros the globe. My question is.. when I browse the SNPs for example http://grch37.ensembl.org/Homo_sapiens/Transcript/Variation_Tr ...
ensembl grch37 snps populationgenetics database written 3.4 years ago by maria479020 • updated 2.7 years ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: Why Are There More Non-Synonymous Snps Than Synonymous Snps In The 1000 Genomes
... in my study, i have taken from 1000g only the most frequent SNPs with a MAF of 0,1 and above for the oxphos complexes and still there are differences in the numbers. perhaps it has something to do with the procedure (oxphos) that causes that to happen   ...
written 3.5 years ago by maria479020
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Answer: A: MAF of mitochondrial SNPs?
... thanks so much i am going to check it right now! ...
written 3.6 years ago by maria479020
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MAF of mitochondrial SNPs?
... Hello there! As i was looking around in the GRCh37 database, i wanted to see the most common mitochondrial SNPs of the OXPHOS complex 3 or 4. The problem was that the site was not giving a MAF for the SNPs and the SNPdatabase did not provide information about the frequency of the appearance of these ...
maf mitochondrial snp 1000genomes written 3.6 years ago by maria479020
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How to find validated missense and synonymous mutations?
... Hello everyone! I have searched this very useful site and I want to express my own experience from using 1000genome site. I was looking into various mitochondrial genes and I found many more missense mutations than synonymous ones. I read that some of the answers in here stated that the MAF is very ...
1000genomes synonymous snp missense written 3.7 years ago by maria479020

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