User: Vijay Lakhujani

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Vijay Lakhujani1000
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☛     Genomics Domain Specialization: NET-JRF, GATE, BINC qualified.

☛     Certified bioinformatician (by Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India), All India Rank 18, BINC 2012).

☛      6+ years of experience in Genomics industry (specially NGS data analysis).

☛     Skilled in working with commercial/open source software for microarray and NGS end-to-end data analysis, from raw sequencing data to variant reporting. Whole genome,transcriptome, 16S rRNA NGS data analysis, de novo assembly tools & algorithms, assembly validation and downstream data processing.

☛     Sound knowledge of open source tools for data visualization and interpretation. Comfortable with working on Linux platform & HPC.

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Comment: C: How to calculate p-value to find significant difference between two populations
... +1 for this. Precise answer! Can't agree more on that. **IS IT VALID** is more important than **HOW IT IS DONE**!! That's the reason I asked "what's the null/alternate hypothesis". On top of that, p-value is seriously misunderstood in such cases (I am one of the victims of p value ;) ). I strongly ...
written 1 hour ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Answer: A: Reads for assembly
... > I want to experience myself, how do we assemble the raw read data of a > genome obtained from sequencer. This is a very vague question. An assembly really depends on couple of factors like : **type of sequence** - genome, transcriptome etc. **what species/organism it is** - eukaryote/ pro ...
written 4 hours ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Comment: C: How to calculate p-value to find significant difference between two populations
... You're welcome! first things first, let's discuss about the objective of this statistical test in your case. Let me know what is your "null" and "alternative" hypothesis i.e. what is that you want to prove/disprove through this test? ...
written 8 hours ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Comment: C: Outliers residues in Ramachandran plot of predicted protein
... Can see the picture! Check and upload again! ...
written 9 hours ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Comment: C: how to adjust BAM header after extracting only mapped reads from BAM files
... What do you mean by adjusting header? Do you mean adding a missing header? ...
written 9 hours ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Answer: A: How to calculate p-value to find significant difference between two populations
... R can by default perform chi square test. No specialized packages required. An example can be found [here][1] Launch R and do: ?chisq.test [1]: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/r/r_chi_square_tests.htm ...
written 9 hours ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Answer: A: Tools for assembly of microbial genomes (with and without reference genomes)
... a list of some well known and validated tools - ABySS - SGA - SOAPdenovo2 + GapCloser - SPAdes - Velvet check out [this][1] paper also. [1]: http://microbialinformaticsj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/2042-5783-3-2 ...
written 9 hours ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Comment: C: Is it fine to download all available packages for R?
... share session information by running: > sessionInfo() ...
written 1 day ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Answer: A: Is it fine to download all available packages for R?
... You can do like this; example installing an arbitrary package called "`foo`" along with its dependencies: install.packages("foo", dependencies=TRUE) ...
written 1 day ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000
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Comment: C: Run Samtools on multiple files
... On a separate note, this is really cool, suggestions to learn how to use "make" (tutorial links) would be helpful for all. ...
written 3 days ago by Vijay Lakhujani1000

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