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Answer: A: split text file in multiples text files
... With a one-line bash script: `awk -v RS= '{print > ("output-" NR ".txt")}' file_name` ...
written 4 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Comment: C: How to statistically compare multiple cell lines
... Do you think doing an analysis of variance ? or a multivariate analysis ? ...
written 6 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Comment: C: Problem with the installation of Zinba(peak caller) on R
... Hello @anais1386, can you run `systemInfo()` in your R terminal and paste the output to help us understand the issue ? Thanks you in advance. ...
written 8 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Answer: A: How Can I get a list of sequences in fasta format from the Blast output hits?
... Another method: 1. Use option `-outfmt 5` in BLAST+ suite command line. This will give you a xml file as output. 2. Use this little python script to parse rapidly data. import re output = open('file.out','w') n = 0 print >> output, 'protein'+'\t'+'h ...
written 9 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Comment: C: Announcing bioSyntax: Syntax highlighting for biological files
... Fix the issue by changing https by http. Thanks everybody. ...
written 9 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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News: Announcing bioSyntax: Syntax highlighting for biological files
... The objective of bioSyntax is to bring you closer to your data, giving you an intuitive & empathetic understanding of biology. bioSyntax integrates seamlessly with vim, less, gedit, & sublime to automatically recognize your favorite biological file formats. For more informations please visi ...
bioinformatics news computational biology written 9 months ago by anicet.ebou130 • updated 6 months ago by ababaian20
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Comment: C: Best Clustering Algorithms for Mutation Data?
... Please include sample data and What do you expect the result to be and what was you result when you launch your analysis? With that answer we can improve your analysis. ...
written 10 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Comment: C: R x commercial softwares for microarray analyzes
... If i clearly understand your question you want to use the LIMMA package to perform ANOVA in your microarray analysis? ...
written 10 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Answer: A: How To Become A (Protein) Bioinformatician? - Skills
... 1. Firstly you should learn [Python][1], [Perl][2], [Bioperl][3] and [Biopython][4] and [R/Bioconductor][7]. 2. Bioinformaticians don't like to work on windows even if you install Cygwin. So you absolutely need a linux distros and i strongly recommend [Ubuntu][5] because of the community. So when a ...
written 10 months ago by anicet.ebou130
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Answer: A: Recommendations of Linux distros for beginners in bioinformatics
... Ubuntu. Because of the community and all the ressources available it will be more easy for your student to get in touch. When i was on my first project (Transcriptomics to predict toxins peptide-like components in venom gland of a spider), the community help me a lot to master in few days basics ...
written 10 months ago by anicet.ebou130

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