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Where/how to get population specific AF for a set of SNPs
... Hi, I'm trying to retrieve population specific (EUR) allele frequencies for a few hundred SNPs I got from the GWAS Catalog. Somehow, I can't find any of those SNPs in the 1000 genomes vcf file ( ftp://ftp.ensembl.org/pub/release-91/variation/vcf/homo_sapiens/1000GENOMES-phase_3.vcf.gz), but searchi ...
allele frequency snp written 12 months ago by heso30 • updated 12 months ago by Nicolas Rosewick8.3k
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Comment: C: AWK: if value falls within a range, print sum of values
... This worked perfectly! Thanks a lot for the time and effort :) ...
written 2.1 years ago by heso30
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Comment: C: AWK: if value falls within a range, print sum of values
... Thanks for the reply! I don't seem to get it to work though (no output). I think `if($7>=$2 && $7<=$3)` should rather be `if($8>=$2 && $8<=$3)` but even that does not solve the issue... ...
written 2.1 years ago by heso30
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AWK: if value falls within a range, print sum of values
... I've got two sorted tab-delimited files: input.txt includes chromosome, location, gene name, strandedness input.txt 10 282035 282125 RNA1 - 10 4134522 4134564 RNA1 - 10 5299783 5299910 RNA2 - 10 5900317 5900359 RNA1 - ...
awk written 2.1 years ago by heso30 • updated 2.1 years ago by Alex Reynolds29k
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Comment: C: How to subset a FASTQ file based on a list of sequences
... I do have command line experience. Can you suggest a code? ...
written 2.6 years ago by heso30
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How to subset a FASTQ file based on a list of sequences
... I have a file1.txt (one sequence per line) which I want to use as a reference to filter out entries from a file.fastq. To clarify, I want to keep the file.fastq entries that perfectly match the sequences in file1.txt I know BBMap has filterbyname.sh for filtering by ID's. Is there some tool that I ...
fastq filter written 2.6 years ago by heso30 • updated 2.6 years ago by Jake Warner770
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How to calculate the sum of ranks per gene??
... Hi, I've got a table with ranked miRNAs from different samples. sample1 sample2 sample3 sample4 sample5 1 mmu-mir-21a mmu-mir-140 mmu-let-7i mmu-let-7i mmu-mir-218-2 2 mmu-mir-143 mmu-let-7i mmu-mir-27b mmu-let-7f-2 mmu-mir-143 3 mmu-let-7f-2 mmu-mir-1 ...
rna-seq written 2.6 years ago by heso30 • updated 2.6 years ago by Tom_L320
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Comment: C: Where Can I Download Pirna (Piwi Rnas) Of Mouse (Mm9)
... Worked perfectly, thanks a lot :) ...
written 2.9 years ago by heso30
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Comment: C: Where Can I Download Pirna (Piwi Rnas) Of Mouse (Mm9)
... I'm trying to create the same piRNA gtf file BUT for Human piRNAs (from piRNAbank). I used the same command as karlos.klammer suggested here and did the liftOver in UCSC from hg18 to GRCh38. So, I currently have a bed file that looks like that: $ head hglft_piRNA.bed chr1 14630 1465 ...
written 2.9 years ago by heso30

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