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Comment: C: Get the divergence between two species with a ref genome and reads
... Thanks for your answer ! I will try to do that :D ...
written 8 days ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Answer: A: Get the divergence between two species with a ref genome and reads
... Thanks for your answer ! I will try to do that :D ...
written 8 days ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Get the divergence between two species with a ref genome and reads
... Hi ! I was wondering if it was possible to get the mean divergence (in percentage of nucleotide) between two species using a genome reference and reads. I explain my self : I have a genome of reference for the species 1 and i have illumina reads for the species 2. I have mapped those reads to the ...
vcf assembly mapping written 10 days ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Answer: A: How can multiarray results have more than 1 gene name for each row?
... Looking at the human genome, you can see that those two genes are very closed , maybe they are regulated by the same elements (always co-expressed ?) that could explain why they put them together ? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gene/10734 ...
written 5 weeks ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Comment: C: How to conclude in a significant decrease of coverage depth
... Thanks a lot for your suggestions ! Max ...
written 6 weeks ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Comment: A: How to conclude in a significant decrease of coverage depth
... Here are two solutions i propose, but i have no idea if it is correct : 1 - First, compare the two coverages (whole chromosome and region) between an individual we know does not have the deletion (homozygous non deleted) and an individual we are investigating with a Chi2 and if it is significantly ...
written 6 weeks ago by maxime.policarpo50
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How to conclude in a significant decrease of coverage depth
... Hi, Here is my question : I have several files in .bam format resulting from the alignment of reads of different individuals against a ref genome. I know that in a particular region, there is a large deletion, that can either be homozygous or heterozygous (some individual have one chromosome with ...
genome alignment next-gen samtools coverage written 6 weeks ago by maxime.policarpo50 • updated 6 weeks ago by Ahill1.4k
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Answer: A: tblastn multiple protein against db
... You can directly blast with your file containing multiple proteins as query : tblastn -query multiple_fasta_file.fasta -db genome ...
written 12 weeks ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Comment: C: Take out One percent of the tops of numbers from the column in the table
... Correct me if i am wrong : So you have a vector like this : (1,2,1,2,3,4,5,1,2,1,2,1,3,1,0,1,2,1,9,1,3) You want to create a subset of numbers that are higher than 3 and then, take one percent of this highest values among them? Then what i would to is to create the subset before taking the top 1% ...
written 3 months ago by maxime.policarpo50
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Answer: A: Take out One percent of the tops of numbers from the column in the table
... I think you could transform your column into a vector ( Z_W_FST=as.vector(table['Z_W_FST']) ) Then sort the vector and take the N top values you are interested in by sorting the vector -> sort(Z_W_FST, decreasing = TRUE)[1:N] So if you have 2000 values and you want one percent of the highest val ...
written 3 months ago by maxime.policarpo50

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