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Comment: C: How to process degenerate base region (DBRs) in a ddRAD sequencing protocol (rem
... Unfortunately no! I don't know how to resolve this! ...
written 4 months ago by beausoleilmo230
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Comment: C: Difference Between Genotyping And Resequencing
... So are you inferring "reference genome thus => resequencing" or that you sequence first and then select a subset and "resequenced", but with a higher depth? Basically, is a reference genome necessary to say you are doing resequencing? ...
written 11 months ago by beausoleilmo230
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Comment: C: What is the definition of "multiply aligned" sequences compared to multiple alig
... Cool! But what about *multiply aligned* sequences? ...
written 11 months ago by beausoleilmo230
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What is the definition of "multiply aligned" sequences compared to multiple aligned sequence
... In [this article][1] they are talking about multiply aligned sequences. But, I can't find a formal definition of that. Is it simply the fact that the sequence was *multiplexed*? [Multiple sequence][2], intuitively would just be a collection of sequences. [1]: https://bmcbioinformatics.biomedc ...
sequence alignment dna written 11 months ago by beausoleilmo230
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Comment: C: Is whole genome pool-sequencing a reduced representation sequencing technique?
... For example, in RADseq, there is a size selection step so that there is "loss" of sequences that will never be sequenced (too large or too small). From my understanding, if you use illumina sequencing when the genome will be randomly sheared, it's going to be only parts of the genome that will be ...
written 13 months ago by beausoleilmo230
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Comment: C: Is whole genome pool-sequencing a reduced representation sequencing technique?
... What I'm usually seen is a 50X coverage for pool-seq on your reads. But since you don't size select, you just read different fragment length. Thus, you are not *sequencing* the whole genome and are therefor doing a reduced representation sequencing technique. I that correct? ...
written 13 months ago by beausoleilmo230
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Is whole genome pool-sequencing a reduced representation sequencing technique?
... I was reading a paper and it seems that they compare whole genome pool-sequencing with other technique saying that the the cost of reduced representation sequencing technique by reducing the amount of DNA to be sequenced. > In contrast to the whole-genome approach of Pool-seq, the cost savings ...
dna sequencing whole genome written 13 months ago by beausoleilmo230 • updated 13 months ago by h.mon25k
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Comment: C: Difference between Allele frequency spectrum and Joint allele frequency spectrum
... Cool! That's great! But if I read the axis on the graph, it's from 0 to 20 which makes 21 comparisons. > we projected the data down to 20 sampled chromosomes per population Where is the 21th comparison coming from? Also, is JAFS only on chromosomes or it can be on SNPs? In addition if you ha ...
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Difference between Allele frequency spectrum and Joint allele frequency spectrum
... From what I understood, [allele frequency spectrum][1] is everything that concerns the frequency of all of the alleles studied in a population. It can be estimated with Tajima's D, theta, etc. But how is it different from the *joint* allele frequency spectrum? [1]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wi ...
population structure allele written 13 months ago by beausoleilmo230 • updated 13 months ago by Alice280
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Is there a way to construct a pedigree using RADseq data?
... I tried to find a paper showing how to do this, but I found nothing about ˙øw to create a genetic pedigree using neutral markers. Is there a way to construct a pedigree using RAD data? Most of the information I found is talking about *adding* a PED file for analysis, but not how to generate a pedi ...
pedigree rad sequencing written 14 months ago by beausoleilmo230

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