Moderator: WouterDeCoster

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I'm a PhD student at the University of Antwerp (VIB Center for Molecular Neurology) with a background in biochemistry. I mainly work on data generated by genome sequencing, exome sequencing, targeted resequencing, RNA-seq and Nanopore Sequencing using MinION.

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Comment: C: How to do differential expression?
... Then why didn't you say that from the beginning? We can't read your mind. ...
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Comment: C: How to do differential expression?
... So you mean you don't have the original data? ...
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Comment: C: How to do differential expression?
... What makes you think your approach is a valid approach to perform differential expression analysis? Unless you have good reasons, this [bioconductor workflow][1] is your starting point for every typical analysis. [1]: http://www.bioconductor.org/help/workflows/rnaseqGene/ ...
written 2 hours ago by WouterDeCoster14k
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Comment: C: GC percent detection for several number of genes
... That command says bedtools, not samtools :p ...
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Comment: C: Is it possible to extract somatic variants from paired VCF files?
... So essentially you would want to find variants which are present in the tumor.vcf and not in the normal.vcf? ...
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Comment: C: how to cut the gz. file by chromosome
... Please use `ADD COMMENT` or `ADD REPLY` to reply to earlier answers, as such this thread remains logically structured and easy to follow. ...
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Comment: C: GC percent detection for several number of genes
... Does the desired %GC of a gene only include the exonic sequences, or also the sequences from UTRs and/or introns? ...
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Comment: C: GC percent detection for several number of genes
... Does the oligo package start from gene names to get sequences and GC content? ...
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Comment: C: How to cluster differential expressed genes from RNA-seq analysis?
... That's because count data is in integers. Why isn't your data in integers? If you have used salmon/sailfish you should have a look at the tximport package for getting your data into DESeq2. ...
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Comment: C: GC percent detection for several number of genes
... Does the %GC of a gene only include the exons, or also the UTRs and/or introns? ...
written 11 hours ago by WouterDeCoster14k

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