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Comment: C: How do you process your reference data? (in genomic, metabolomic, transcriptomic
... Yes this is one of the possible answers. Is that what you do with reference data? Do you do other type of process? On which domain do you work? (in genomic, metabolomic, transcriptomic, proteomic? Etc. ) ...
written 2.6 years ago by Chloe Riou40
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Comment: C: How do you season your data? / How do you process your reference data ?
... More precisely with BioMAJ, you will have the choice of what version you want to use and you could deliberately keep the old one. (it will "publish" the new version only if you want to) ...
written 2.6 years ago by Chloe Riou40
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Comment: C: How do you season your data? / How do you process your reference data ?
... Thanks for your remark, BioMAJ is a software useful to update and manage your databanks on your computer. For example if you want to download every new version of the human genome you could do that with BioMAJ, it will check if there is a newest version of the genome and automatically download it. ...
written 2.6 years ago by Chloe Riou40
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Comment: C: How do you season your data? / How do you process your reference data ?
... I was waiting for this one! And really? I would like to know what operations do you usually use on your reference data? For example if your reference data is a genome, do you extract a set of gene? A chromosome? Do you index it? Do you blast it? Another example is: if you download all GenBank what ...
written 2.6 years ago by Chloe Riou40
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Forum: How do you process your reference data? (in genomic, metabolomic, transcriptomic, proteomic?)
... Hi everyone, I need your help and advice (###question### at the end of the paragraph for the really busy person). I am currently working on BioMAJ which is a workflow engine dedicated to data synchronization and processing. Its purpose is to manage and supervise databank updates, it also could do t ...
omics forum updates databanks process written 2.6 years ago by Chloe Riou40
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Answer: A: VCF file with refrence genome in Discosnp is epmty
... Hi Hanan, Could you try to use this version of bwa : https://sourceforge.net/projects/bio-bwa/ please ? It seems that it produces the right tag MD. Best regards, Chloé ...
written 3.4 years ago by Chloe Riou40
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Answer: A: VCF file with refrence genome in Discosnp is epmty
... Hi Hanan, I am currently working with Pierre on discoSnp++, many thanks for your file. We treat your data with VCF creator and it seems that this is a problem of a missing tag in your sam file, more precisely the MD tag (we use it to get the correct location of the discoSnp++ prediction). I can't c ...
written 3.5 years ago by Chloe Riou40

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