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Comment: C: Clustering for Single-cell RNA-seq Data
... It's seems perfect as suggested by Friederike. However, I would like to add few line more: In the end try to make matrix or dataframe, where each row will represent clone ID while each column will represent Cluster ID. Later utilised that data frame or matrix for generating heatmap or barchart as ...
written 20 days ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Answer: A: Issue with Cluster
... **For time duration :** Could you please check if memory and partition of your script look similar like this SBATCH --mem=16G Above 16G means 16 Gb memory have been allocated but if your program demand more memory replace 16G with MaxMemPerNode SBATCH --partition=standard Here generally we use ...
written 25 days ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Comment: C: is fortran still used in bioinformatics?
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written 8 weeks ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Forum: is fortran still used in bioinformatics?
... Recently i was asked by one of the professor to solve problem in FORTRAN. I am already working with PERL, PYTHON, JAVA, C and C++ but now I am thinking "Is it worth to learn FORTRAN in bioinformatics?" Please suggests. Edit: I am thankful to every one who commented and gave their valuable sugges ...
R forum fortan written 8 weeks ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Is there any free online tool where I can do online docking studies of 1000 ligands with a single protein in a single step .
... Is there any free online tool where I can do online docking studies of 1000 ligands with a single protein in a single step . ...
auotodocking studies written 3.2 years ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Answer: A: Why RMA method is better than Median method for normalising microarray data?
... Sir , after lot of search I found this .. There are many normalization methods! Which of the methods is most stable and gives best results is dependent on the type of data, the image analysis program, etc. To determine the best method, it is a good idea to try several methods initially on a ...
written 3.3 years ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Comment: A: Why RMA method is better than Median method for normalising microarray data?
... Sir , I have read some papers .. but I am unable to understand ... I would be glad if you help me .. Thanking you in advance. ...
written 3.3 years ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120
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Why RMA method is better than Median method for normalising microarray data?
... Why RMA method is better than Median method for normalising microarray data from .cel file? ...
microarray written 3.4 years ago by mkgupta.bioinfo120

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