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Haplotypes from SNP data
... Hello, I want to generate haplotypes from SNP data such that for example I could use 4 SNPs to create a haplotype and so on. Any idea how to get this done and if there is any software that it can be used for this? Thanks! ...
genome snp written 4 weeks ago by admamajdi0 • updated 4 weeks ago by Charles Warden6.1k
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Comment: C: short genotype format
... Thanks shussainather! Yup! It works just fine and does exactly what I want. One thing: name of input file should be between `" "` i.e. `"input.txt"` ...
written 15 months ago by admamajdi0
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Comment: C: short genotype format
... It works well! Could you please modefy the code so it reads inputs from a file and sends outputs to a file? ...
written 15 months ago by admamajdi0
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Comment: C: short genotype format
... $ flex --version flex 2.5.37 ...
written 15 months ago by admamajdi0
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Comment: C: short genotype format
... Thanks Pierre. Efficient because the file is too big. I got this error -bash: fg: %option: no such job ...
written 15 months ago by admamajdi0
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Comment: C: Transform Genomic Data
... Hello, The columns are even in the data file. What I had included here is just a sample (as an example). Yes, the data is genotype data for dairy cattle. I think it is a PLINK format as you mentioned. Adam ...
written 16 months ago by admamajdi0
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Comment: C: Transform Genomic Data
... Kevin, sorry my question was not clear enough. Actually, this is my first time see such data. The coding I have is that (for example first row): 11331133113 = AAGGGGAAGGAAGG. In other words, 11 = AA; 33 = GG and so on ... So, I want to know how I should transform this data into the allelic numeri ...
written 16 months ago by admamajdi0
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Comment: C: Transform Genomic Data
... Hi Kevin, Thanks for your reply. Here is the format of my file; it is a plain text: 11333311113 22331313111 22331013111 12131333131 11331313111 11333311113 Yes, I want to convert the file into allelic numerical encoding. Adam ...
written 16 months ago by admamajdi0
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Transform Genomic Data
... Hello, I have a genomic data file with this format: 1=A, 2=C, 3=G, 0=missing (No "T's") How should I transform this data into SNP (0 1 2 and 5=missing) data? Thanks, Adam ...
snp written 16 months ago by admamajdi0

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