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Comment: C: num_threads with blastn in blast 2.6.0+
... Yes. The cores specified by -num_threads are not always used in the process. You can look at this link http://voorloopnul.com/blog/how-to-correctly-speed-up-blast-using-num_threads/. When the -num_threads is 4, your can get a good balance between time and resource. ...
written 4 months ago by jiaobingke20
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Answer: A: How to extract uniquely mapped reads in Bowtie2
... The document of bowtie2 says that higher mapping quality means more unique alignment. I used bowtie2 to align my 2B-RAD sequence ( a method of simplified whole genome sequence. Read length is 27 bp) to genome sequence. If a read can align to A position of genome without any mismatch, and also ali ...
written 9 months ago by jiaobingke20
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Comment: C: BAM File Export Coverage Values from IGV or using PySam/Samtools
... BamDeal can calculate depth of four bases in every locus of reference genome. It is a full featured software for operating bam files. Other functions may facilitate your research. https://github.com/BGI-shenzhen/BamDeal ...
written 12 months ago by jiaobingke20
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Answer: A: How to solve the problem when I get error message "column 1 is not a genotype ob
... I came across the same question as you do. I convert the data.frame of my own data into a genotype object using the Devon Ryan's suggestion and It works! There is a **as.genotype()** function in genetics package.I use this function to convert the normal data.frame to a genotype object. The example i ...
written 3.5 years ago by jiaobingke20

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