User: Nico

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Nico180
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Postdoc in bioinformatics at the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Napoli

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Answer: A: Error with dsk2ascii
... That is working! Thanks a lot and sorry for this bad version...   Nico ...
written 2.4 years ago by Nico180
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Error with dsk2ascii
... Hi! I try to use DSK and dsk2ascii. I compiled with cmake and make, no error. I ran DSK with no problem: ./dsk -nb-cores 6 -file ~/workspace/Meteor/F1.fna -kmer-size 33 -max-memory 8192 -out ./test/bla But when I try to use dsk2ascii, I have this error: ../utils/dsk2ascii -file bla.h5 -out res ...
dsk written 2.4 years ago by Nico180
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Comment: C: Compareads: Comparing Huge Metagenomic Experiments
... Thank you! Size of samples are not really important to find wich reads from A occur in B and vice versa. But, it does matter when you look at the similarity score based on those shared reads. For the moment, the similarity score is normalized by size of samples, but with extrem different size it mi ...
written 4.7 years ago by Nico180
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Comment: C: Compareads: Comparing Huge Metagenomic Experiments
... Ok, you are right, it is not really clear. I updated the post to add a little more information. I also updated the docs to add a toy example! Thanks ...
written 4.7 years ago by Nico180
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Tool: Compareads: Comparing Huge Metagenomic Experiments
... Hi BioStar, We would like to announce the open-source release of a new tool to compare huge metagenomic samples: Compareads. The goal of Compareads is to find all the similar reads between two samples and to give a similarity score based on those shared reads. We consider that two reads (one from ...
metagenomics next-gen tool denovo comparison written 4.7 years ago by Nico180
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Comment: C: Quad Core, I3, I5 And I7-- Bioinformatics Tool
... In my mind, processors aren't build to be compatible with software, but software are build to run on many architecture. But you're right my answer was really incomplete :) ...
written 6.9 years ago by Nico180
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Answer: A: Quad Core, I3, I5 And I7-- Bioinformatics Tool
... I think the question is the opposite. Do those software are compatible with new processors ? For unix based software I think you "just" have to compile sources on your new processor. For Windows binaries, if they are compiled on one of the new processor the answer is yes. ...
written 6.9 years ago by Nico180
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Comment: C: What Bioinformatics Listserves Do You Subscribe To?
... Yep sfbi list is very good ! Lot's of conferences, job offer etc ...
written 7.4 years ago by Nico180
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Comment: C: Online Bioinformatics Resources
... I think you mean http://biostarDOTstackexchange.com ;) And I agree it's a nice forum ! ...
written 7.4 years ago by Nico180
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Comment: C: Go Functional Annotation
... Yep but I think it is important to keep in mind that "Evidence codes are not statements of the quality of the annotation." To many software / people forgive that :) ...
written 7.4 years ago by Nico180

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