User: Seb_Lopez

gravatar for Seb_Lopez
Seb_Lopez10
Reputation:
10
Status:
New User
Location:
Paris
Last seen:
3 days, 15 hours ago
Joined:
2 months, 1 week ago
Email:
j*******@gmail.com

research and more research

Posts by Seb_Lopez

<prev • 5 results • page 1 of 1 • next >
0
votes
1
answer
74
views
1
answers
Comment: C: Average Genome Size in mixed dataset
... Hi Vijay, Thanks for your answer. I am talking about genomes retrieved from different databases such as NCBI, EBI or private databases at my research institution. This is a comparative-genomics oriented type of question id est: I want to compare the genome sizes of different ecotypes (in bacteria I ...
written 7 days ago by Seb_Lopez10
1
vote
1
answer
74
views
1
answer
Average Genome Size in mixed dataset
... So this might sound like a trivial questions Is it possible to calculate the average genome size in a mixed dataset composed of complete (closed) genomes and assemblies? I have read that for assemblies, the only thing one can calculate is the assembly size which is just an approximation of the real ...
genome written 7 days ago by Seb_Lopez10 • updated 7 days ago by Vijay Lakhujani2.7k
0
votes
1
answer
222
views
1
answers
Comment: C: Pormat ped and map file for PLINK with bacteria
... I will take a look at that. Maybe you are right and PLNK is not the most straightforward answer for this question. I'll update on progress if necessary. Thanks again. ...
written 10 weeks ago by Seb_Lopez10
0
votes
1
answer
222
views
1
answers
Comment: C: Pormat ped and map file for PLINK with bacteria
... Thanks for your reply Kevin. My data is a table containing groups of bacteria in the rows and in the columns there are genes or gene families. When I mentioned phenotypes in the original question, I actually meant "taxa". So my idea is that I can use PLNK to show that certain genes are uniquely pres ...
written 10 weeks ago by Seb_Lopez10
3
votes
1
answer
222
views
1
answer
Pormat ped and map file for PLINK with bacteria
... Hi, I am sort of new in the field. I want to know two things If someone has worked with PLINK for association studies in bacteria. The chase is that I have a gene presence/absence table and want to assess if one of those genes is significantly related to a particular phenotype. Is this possible ...
plink written 10 weeks ago by Seb_Lopez10 • updated 10 weeks ago by zx87544.7k

Latest awards to Seb_Lopez

No awards yet. Soon to come :-)

Help
Access

Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.
Powered by Biostar version 2.3.0
Traffic: 1004 users visited in the last hour