User: patel.ravip

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Answer: A: Picard SamFormatConverter gives JVM OutOfMemoryError
... Are you sure that you have allocated that much memory for your VM? i.e, you can have a machine with large memory, but if you don't allocate any of it to the VM in the settings, you could have this issue. Picard is designed to use 2gb of ram for each task, so the -Xmx20g flag for java probably won' ...
written 3.4 years ago by patel.ravip60
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Comment: C: Visualization of fasta and fastq file
... Devon has the right idea: > "What do you want to plot exactly? I imagine you want basic sequence statistics like GC content, and k-mer distribution... is this correct? Try [FastQC][1]. It promotes a GUI, but can also be in the command line (terminal) [1]: http://www.bioinformatics.babraha ...
written 3.4 years ago by patel.ravip60
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Answer: A: How to standardize iHS, NSL and XP-EHH scores
... Hi eyb selscan itself has a built in standardizing binary you can use ("norm"). However, in the past, I have done it in the following way: 1) read in all derived (or ancestral; it doesn't matter as long as you are consistent across all sites) allele frequencies and iHS scores into a table you can ...
written 3.4 years ago by patel.ravip60

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