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Answer: A: plink produces does pruning according to log file but prune.in is full of dots
... I wrote a script to solve exactly this, you can find it here as a [gist][1]. In the script I also explain what's going on. https://gist.github.com/janxkoci/25d495e6cb9f21d5ee4af3005fb3c77a [1]: https://gist.github.com/janxkoci/25d495e6cb9f21d5ee4af3005fb3c77a ...
written 18 days ago by cicindel0 • updated 18 days ago by genomax64k
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Comment: C: Assessing The Quality Of De Novo Assembled Data
... I think I've found all main dependencies in conda repos (you can search them on [anaconda.org][1]) so it should be as simple as few conda commands. And if you don't use conda already (esp with [Bioconda channel][2]), you all should start right now :p PS: I also found haskell in brew, but I dunno ho ...
written 3 months ago by cicindel0
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Comment: C: Sanger sequencing is no longer the gold standard?
... Hi Kevin, would it be possible to upload the unpublished manuscript to some preprint server like bioRxiv, arXiv, or PeerJ? So the research community can still benefit from your findings - and they are free to use. I would understand if the clinical setting makes it difficult. Thanks for considerin ...
written 4 months ago by cicindel0
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Comment: C: tabix for multiple vcf
... I'm not familiar with vcf-merge, but you can at least use wildcards to simplify your syntax, because to unix/linux commandline the `A.vcf.gz B.vcf.gz C.vcf.gz` and `*vcf.gz` are the same thing. `*vcf.gz` will expand to your list of files. ...
written 4 months ago by cicindel0
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Comment: C: Splitting A Fasta File
... Oh cool, thanks - that seems to work exactly as I want it :) ...
written 14 months ago by cicindel0
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Comment: C: Splitting A Fasta File
... Hi Frédéric, both of these scripts work well, however I'm puzzled by how your solution works at all - Pierre's version has the `next` statement in it, but I'd expect yours to print just the names and not the sequence - but it does :D Do you care to explain where the magic happens please? I'm no expe ...
written 15 months ago by cicindel0

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