User: shoujun.gu

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Comment: C: Time Course Design in DESeq2
... ok, i see. But all these information should be found in DESeq2 manual. ...
written 2 hours ago by shoujun.gu220
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Answer: A: Time Course Design in DESeq2
... for 1: check maSigpro. for 2: any DE analysis package can do it. ...
written 2 hours ago by shoujun.gu220
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Comment: C: A confusion regarding haplotype
... Now I may understand what the post means... ...
written 6 hours ago by shoujun.gu220
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Comment: C: Need help reading FASTQ file
... This is elegant for parsing clean fastq file. And in python3, zip can be used to replace izip. ...
written 1 day ago by shoujun.gu220
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Comment: A: How do you run a BWA alignnment command in R?
... just curious why you don't do it in shell? And whether it's working in shell? ...
written 2 days ago by shoujun.gu220
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Comment: C: Need help reading FASTQ file
... if you ever tried any test files, you should know this code is not working. ...
written 2 days ago by shoujun.gu220
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Answer: A: Need help reading FASTQ file
... Do not try to write a code to parse the fastq file by yourself (unless you just want to practice), its a tricky one. Just use biopython like skbrimer mentioned above. ...
written 2 days ago by shoujun.gu220
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Comment: C: Split the multiple sequences file into a separate files
... you should add a note: this script requires biopython module installed ...
written 3 days ago by shoujun.gu220
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Answer: A: How to manipulate a gff or gtf file manually?
... It's depend on how you want to manipulate your file. For simple modification, linux command line should work. For more sophisticated job, you probably need to use R or Python/Pandas. And avoid using any text editor to do it manually, since its error prone and may mess up with the file format. ...
written 3 days ago by shoujun.gu220
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Comment: C: Remove gap from files
... You can upload to the forum. Or send to my email: redacted ...
written 3 days ago by shoujun.gu220 • updated 3 days ago by genomax33k

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