User: maxime.policarpo

Reputation:
80
Status:
Trusted
Location:
France, Paris
Last seen:
23 hours ago
Joined:
2 years, 7 months ago
Email:
m***************@hotmail.fr

Posts by maxime.policarpo

<prev • 41 results • page 1 of 5 • next >
0
votes
1
answer
62
views
1
answers
Comment: C: Plot multiple R empricial distributions with different X axis on the same plot
... Hi, Thanks for your answer, but this will create an unique x-axis for all my vectors. I think I will go this way because creating three different X-axis in the same graph dosn't seem very feasible :/ Have a good day, Max ...
written 5 days ago by maxime.policarpo80
0
votes
1
answer
44
views
1
answers
Answer: A: Predict frameshift mutation consequence tool - causing a premature stop codon do
... You can import the WT gene and the gene which contain a frameshift on MEGA and translate prior to alignment to see if it brings a premature stop codon ...
written 5 days ago by maxime.policarpo80
1
vote
1
answer
62
views
1
answer
Plot multiple R empricial distributions with different X axis on the same plot
... Hi, I am facing a problem on which i have to plot three empirical distributions in R with the function "ecdf" but one limitation is that those distributions don't have the same X-axis values. For example I have three vectors : vector1 <- c(-5,-10,-5,-9,-7,-9,-6,-4,-1,-3,-6,-8,-7,-5,-5,-4, ...
R distribution plot written 5 days ago by maxime.policarpo80 • updated 5 days ago by RamRS23k
3
votes
2
answers
150
views
2
answers
Answer: A: What is the difference between blastx and tblastn?
... Blastx will search your sequence in a protein database with a nucleotide sequence as input while tblastn will search in a nucleotide database with a protein input. ...
written 5 weeks ago by maxime.policarpo80
0
votes
2
answers
205
views
2
answers
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 5 months ago by maxime.policarpo80
0
votes
2
answers
205
views
2
answers
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 5 months ago by maxime.policarpo80
1
vote
2
answers
205
views
2
answers
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 5 months ago by maxime.policarpo80
1
vote
2
answers
217
views
2
answers
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 6 months ago by maxime.policarpo80
0
votes
1
answer
243
views
1
answers
Comment: C: How to conclude in a significant decrease of coverage depth
... Thanks a lot for your suggestions ! Max ...
written 6 months ago by maxime.policarpo80
0
votes
1
answer
243
views
1
answers
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 months ago by maxime.policarpo80

Latest awards to maxime.policarpo

Teacher 22 days ago, created an answer with at least 3 up-votes. For A: What is the difference between blastx and tblastn?
Popular Question 4 months ago, created a question with more than 1,000 views. For Samtools faidx problem

Help
Access

Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.
Powered by Biostar version 2.3.0
Traffic: 1601 users visited in the last hour