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Comment: C: GWAS - QC & Tutorials.
... Thanks for the advice - I will definitely look into that ...
written 9 weeks ago by flight50570
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Comment: C: Tips on: How to organise data on servers
... Thanks for the upvote. When I started my PhD it was in a new location, I had zero experience with the group and everything was more or less handed down via word to mouth. It took me three months just to know who I should ask to get access and what I could perhaps gain access to.. What I wouldn't gi ...
written 9 weeks ago by flight50570
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Forum: Tips on: How to organise data on servers
... I am looking to hear anyone and everyone you don't have to have built a data warehouse but you have worked on servers that were meticulously maintained and organised - also long as you can explain what you liked, disliked features you would have liked when you are definitely qualified to comment to ...
servers werehouse forum genotype written 9 weeks ago by flight50570 • updated 9 weeks ago by RamRS25k
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Comment: C: GWAS - QC & Tutorials.
... Thanks for replying. Right now I just have raw genotype data. I am starting from scratch. ...
written 11 weeks ago by flight50570
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GWAS - QC & Tutorials.
... Hi, 👋 I was looking through Biostars to find some good resources to get started. Unfortunately, most of the posts are really old 4+ years and many links are dead. I was hoping to make a small collection of good explanatory reads for learning more about the QC part of GWAS. If someone has some t ...
gwas plots python written 11 weeks ago by flight50570
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Comment: C: Pooling sample data taken at different time intervals
... Thanks for taking an interest, The reason that I am uncertain of how to deal with it is that the patients in the dataset have very high variance in their clearance rates. Also, the clearance rate does not follow a steady-state. In most cases, the observed clearance is substantial in the first coupl ...
written 5 months ago by flight50570
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Pooling sample data taken at different time intervals
... Basically, I have several datasets coming from different sources that I want to merge. The data contains blood sample values. All the data has been collected from a population with a disease, which was given a drug. Based on the datasets, I would like to run some different tests if I can obtain a l ...
python blood samples statistics written 6 months ago by flight50570
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Comment: C: Any tutorial for metabolic model reconstruction?
... Old post but the best resources I have encountered are from DTU. The department Biosustain are maintainers of COBRApy and Cameo. They have a very nice introduction course for Cameo written by [Nikolaus Sonnenschein] [1] . Link to [Cameo][2] [1]: https://www.biosustain.dtu.dk/service/phonebook/ ...
written 8 months ago by flight50570
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Answer: A: Any tutorial for metabolic model reconstruction?
... Hi i just wanted to follow up on your old post. i am also looking for a good tutorial describing in detail the process, how to as well as trouble shooting of reconstructing metabolic model as well as testing the model. Any recommendations?? - thanks ...
written 3.4 years ago by flight50570

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