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Answer: A: Cross Validation Software Or R Packages..
... I use **caret** R package, it's flexible and quite easy. It has built-in cross-validation and other tools. You can also train for optimizing AUC. ...
written 4 months ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: A possible script request for a task probably cannot be done in Excel
... The only thing you have to do when importing a file is to select the column containing the gene names and set data type to Text. ...
written 5 months ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: A possible script request for a task probably cannot be done in Excel
... I agree, Excel is a powerful tool to work with. However, it takes some time to really grab its essence and logic. Since Excel 2007 tables can be "1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns". ...
written 5 months ago by aquaq10
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Answer: A: A possible script request for a task probably cannot be done in Excel
... You can also copy the first column (A) to another column(D), then apply remove duplicates to this column. Then, in the E1 cell, you only have to use `=AVERAGEIF(A:A, D1, B:B)`. With double click on the lower right corner of the E1 cell, you can copy this function for all the E column. ...
written 5 months ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: How to merge paired-end reads from sam files?
... It would be just a trial. In a specific part of the sequence that we are interested in, there is a large number of mutations/sequencing error (it was a random sequence, but it was not supposed to be that random). I just wanted to be sure that it is not caused by some weird behaviour of pandaseq that ...
written 5 months ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: How to merge paired-end
... Thanks. I have used pandaseq for this problem as well, but I would like to merge sequences after alignment, not before... I am sorry, I was not clear on this. ...
written 5 months ago by aquaq10
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How to merge paired-end reads from sam files?
... Hi, I have paired-end read sequencing data. I have aligned reverse and forward reads with bwa mem. Reverse and forward reads are 120 nucleotid long and they cover a 180 nucleotid long part of a genome, hence they overlap. bwa mem $REF $file1 $file2 -t 20 > $sam When I open the sam output ...
seq paired-end bwa written 5 months ago by aquaq10 • updated 5 months ago by WouterDeCoster20k

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