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Enabling REST on web server for parsing
... Hello, I have created a web service for a software that calculates Low Complexity Regions (LCRs) and masks a protein sequence. The service is controlled with Perl CGI; a user uses a form to paste the sequence, selects some options, and the result is displayed in the browser. My question is: How c ...
rest perl parse software server written 2.6 years ago by anioannides610
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Comment: C: Visualize or plot protein architecture (regions/domains) using the position of a
... Thanks, I'll check it out. Although I prefer a linear overview like: ![enter image description here][1] [1]: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Robert_Bastidas/publication/46412706/figure/fig2/AS:213848893202433@1427996957139/Tor-protein-architecture-Tor-protein-domain-architecture-is-highly-c ...
written 2.9 years ago by anioannides610
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Visualize or plot protein architecture (regions/domains) using the position of amino acids
... Hi all, I have the following table(s) (showing a part here), where the position of aminoacid is shown in column 1 and the type (1 for lcr, -1 for disorder) is shown in column 2: #AA Type 6 1 10 1 11 1 14 -1 15 -1 I would like your opinions on how to visualize ...
R domains protein architecture visualize written 2.9 years ago by anioannides610
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Comment: C: Comparison of microarray and RNA-seq data
... I guess if you are to just check the pattern, it will be ok. If you are not interested in comparing the values directly maybe a heatmap will help you observe changes and similarities, although this is just a rough estimation. If you want to be more accurate I suppose you will have to perform statist ...
written 3.5 years ago by anioannides610
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Answer: A: Comparison of microarray and RNA-seq data
... I believe that the comparison of microarray and RNA-seq is not totally acceptable. In microarrays the signal, even when it's interpreted as value, has a max threshold that cannot surpass. It's an artifact due to the technique itself, because the microarray platforms can only measure up to a certain ...
written 3.5 years ago by anioannides610
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Tips on creating trees with protein phylogenetetic distribution data
... I have a table representing the presence/absence of proteins in different phyla and I've used MeV to create a binary heatmap where in X axis are all phyla and Y axis the proteins. My table has the following format:                    Phylum 1     Phylum 2       Phylum 3 Protein 1          1       ...
latest protein phylogenetic distribution mev trees written 3.5 years ago by anioannides610 • updated 3.4 years ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20

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