User: endrebak

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Comment: C: How do I get a list of all species with a fasta genome in UCSC?
... Thanks, I actually wanted the abbrevs like hg38 and so on but this is good too. ...
written 4 weeks ago by endrebak570
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How do I get a list of all species with a fasta genome in UCSC?
... I want to get a list of all genomes in UCSC like mm10, hg38 etc. Is there a simple way to do that? ...
ucsc written 4 weeks ago by endrebak570 • updated 4 weeks ago by Matt Shirley7.7k
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Comment: C: generate fastq with bed file
... That generates a fasta, not a fastq :) ...
written 4 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: How Do We Discourage Ad-Hoc Bioinformatic Analyses?
... Snakemake all the things ...
written 4 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: How To Convert Gencode Gtf Into Bed Format ?
... Thanks, changed my answer :) ...
written 8 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: epic: new ChIP-Seq caller based on the SICER algorithm
... If you want to discuss bam-support, please do it here: https://github.com/endrebak/epic/issues/44 ...
written 10 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: epic: new ChIP-Seq caller based on the SICER algorithm
... You can scroll down Istvan 🙂 ...
written 10 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: epic: new ChIP-Seq caller based on the SICER algorithm
... You will probably rerun the analyses many times. Having to run a time-consuming conversion step (the most time-consuming one in the algorithm) each time would be silly. It is also IO-intensive so parallell execution would not help much. I am not just writing epic but a lot of helper scripts for ChI ...
written 10 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: Create bigwigs in python?
... It seems like bw.addEntries would take four enormous lists if I know all the entries upfront. I guess I should chunk the data and add a 1000 entries at a time... ...
written 10 months ago by endrebak570
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Comment: C: Create bigwigs in python?
... Wonderful, thanks for your effort! Python3 even <3 ...
written 10 months ago by endrebak570

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Popular Question 3 months ago, created a question with more than 1,000 views. For epic: new ChIP-Seq caller based on the SICER algorithm
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Appreciated 16 months ago, created a post with more than 5 votes. For epic: new ChIP-Seq caller based on the SICER algorithm
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