User: Jake Warner

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Comment: C: Alternatives to RepeatModeler / nseg install fail
... Apparently the conda package doesn't work? From RepeatModeler github: "WARNING: There is a bioconda and a docker package floating around proporting to have a functional RepeatModeler package. Neither work correctly. For the time being we recommend installing this program as described below." ...
written 3 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Alternatives to RepeatModeler / nseg install fail
... Dear All, I am gearing up for a genome annotation run using MAKER. It is suggested to use a repeat library when running MAKER and as such I am trying to set up [RepeatModeler][1] to do so. RepeatModeler relies on program (among several others) called [nseg][2] for which I cannot find any documenta ...
annotation maker written 3 months ago by Jake Warner730 • updated 9 weeks ago by LLili0
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Answer: A: Is there any alternative for CD_Hit to remove redundancy from asemmbled trinity
... Getting 'unigenes' from Trinity assemblies is tricky business. I've found that [Corset][1] performs better than CD-Hit. Another idea is to BLAST all the transcripts and group them by reciprocal best blast hit. [1]: https://github.com/Oshlack/Corset/wiki ...
written 11 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Answer: A: local web BLAST server
... It doesn't email but I've found [sequence server][1] to be very useful as a local blast server. [I also wrote one][2] that runs on R-shiny to which you could easily add the mail tool from Sej Modha's comment. Just change the output to a txt and send that as the mail message. [1]: https://www ...
written 11 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Comment: C: WGCNA network with condition and normal samples
... Hi, You are correct, the genes which are regulated by the treatment will move as a group and show up as a module. But even if most of the genes move they wont move in the same *way* and you will detect multiple modules (I'm oversimplifying a bit here). A big factor is the number of samples overall ...
written 11 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Comment: C: Problem for understanding the number of modules in construction network based on
... Hi Modzari, This is more of an R problem and less of a WGCNA or RNAseq/array problem. What the code you pasted does, is import an annotation file which is a series of columns with gene name, probe name, genomic coordinates etc, and associate those annotations with the results of the correlation tes ...
written 11 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Answer: A: WGCNA network with condition and normal samples
... Hi, WGCNA is unsupervised in the network construction and phenotypic data is used for post hoc correlation tests. So in basic terms all the expression data is fed in at once and if a group of genes responds specifically to one treatment they should be detected as a module and correlate with the sa ...
written 11 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Answer: A: Problem for understanding the number of modules in construction network based on
... Hi, `blockwiseModules` stores the module assignments in `colors`. So to count the modules you can see how many levels are in the `colors` vector: my_network <- = blockwiseModules(datExpr, ...) module_assignments <- my_network$colors #count the modules nlevels(factor(m ...
written 12 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Answer: A: Clustering and extracting gene IDs with same expression profiles
... Hi, You could use your kMeans approach then score the individual genes by comparing them to the centroid. First get the centroids: # function to find centroid in cluster i clust.centroid = function(i, dat, clusters) { ind = (clusters == i) colMeans(dat[ind,]) } kClustc ...
written 15 months ago by Jake Warner730
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Comment: C: Sensitive (BLAST like) and fast alignment of millions of sequences against human
... [PLAST][1] does all the BLAST like programs (blastn, blastp,blastx etc) and in my testing is [Faster and more sensitive][2] than Diamond. [1]: https://plast.inria.fr [2]: http://www.2-bitbio.com/2017/07/blastx-is-too-slow-heres-some.html ...
written 16 months ago by Jake Warner730

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