User: Seb_Lopez

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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 4 months ago by Seb_Lopez10
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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 4 months ago by Seb_Lopez10 • updated 4 months ago by Vijay Lakhujani3.2k
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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 6 months ago by Seb_Lopez10
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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 6 months ago by Seb_Lopez10
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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 6 months ago by Seb_Lopez10 • updated 6 months ago by zx87545.6k

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