User: Ibrahim Tanyalcin

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I have graduated from Izmir Fen Lisesi (Izmir High School of Science) in 2004. I completed my bachelor in Molecular Biology and Genetics in 2009 fromBogazici University. Following bachelor, I completed my master degree at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) about Cell and Gene Therapy in 2011. I am currently a PhD student in VUB working on Malformations of Cortical Development. I guess this is as short as it gets:)
I love combining art and science so if you've got some ideas or want to work on a project:
Drop a message at: ibrahim.tanyalcin@i-pv.org
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Answer: A: Any great tutorials on how to download sift/provean on your computer?
... Hi William, If you need the polyphen2 and the sift scores for a list of proteins with either Ensembl ID, Uniprot ID or RefSeq, I would try the Ensembl [Biomart][1]. I use these for plotting these scores for my protein of interest. Here is sample video from my own [work][2]. In Biomart you are advis ...
written 6 days ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Answer: A: Add a legend to circos plot
... Hey, If you are not going to add a lot of labels an svg editor will be fine. You open the .svg output of circos and open that with inkscape. You can add over your text labels and save it as png/pdf. One other option I remember I did for my self a long time ago is to combine 2 symmetric but revers ...
written 4 weeks ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Comment: C: What to do after M.Sc in Bioinformatics ?
... Hi Harold, The problem lies in the detail here. There are repetitive parts in every task out there. If we are going to try proving a point by looking at edge cases we can claim a lot stuff. My take on this topic is that there is a problem at the level of wet lab and that is it is not repetitive o ...
written 5 weeks ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Answer: A: What to do after M.Sc in Bioinformatics ?
... Hey, 1 I do not know, I never heard of it. I think a good github profile with documented tools/algorithms will have more value in 'other countries.' 2 To answer this question you have to first decide what to work on. What are you interested in ? Some languages do some tasks easier than others an ...
written 5 weeks ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Answer: A: Bioinformatician salary - Current market
... Hi prabha, You are starting off the wrong foot. First., do what you love. If what you make is priority to you, do you think you can "afford" to endure doing something you hate? +10y ...
written 7 weeks ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Answer: A: I-PV: a CIRCOS module for interactive protein sequence visualization
... I am extending I-PV with a new add-on called INDORIL. This add-on will enable you to look at your point mutations in a user defined 3D coordinates. You can either use the built in metrics or upload your custom data. I have written an experimental svg 3D renderer about 2.5 years ago but never had t ...
written 10 weeks ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Tool: MUTAFRAME - a web app for mutation effect prediction & visualization
... Hi everyone, I would like to post a recent project I have completed. The [Mutaframe][1] platform is a web app for single nucleotide variation affect prediction for human proteins. You can drag/drop your fasta files or enter the UniprotID. It currently harbors 1 prediction tool based on machine lear ...
tool proteomics snp visualization gene mutation written 3 months ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Comment: C: I-PV: a CIRCOS module for interactive protein sequence visualization
... For those that are interested in seeing the code online for EGFR sample, you can visit this gist: https://bl.ocks.org/IbrahimTanyalcin/4909088ce481cb0b05ecfe7d2ee8145d ...
written 12 months ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Answer: A: Circos - genome alignment
... Dear glady, First check if you have perl installed, on the cmd write: perl -v It should print out the version of perl together with some other things. Circos will operate on files with .conf extension which in turn recruits other files. You run circos (which is inside the bin folder of the ci ...
written 12 months ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750
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Comment: C: Visualize or plot protein architecture (regions/domains) using the position of a
... Dear, Sure try both representations and choose what fits you best. If your focus will be on the amino acid composition/mutations and residue based features a circular representation will fit more since it makes better use of space. However if you want to compare domains between different proteins ...
written 14 months ago by Ibrahim Tanyalcin750

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