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downloading zebrafish snps for annovar
... Hi, I am hoping to use annovar to annotate some zebrafish genome coordinates, and would like to incorporate snp positions. I can download reference sequences with the following retrieve_seq_from_fasta.pl tmp/danRer11_refGene.txt -seqdir tmp/danRer11_seq -format refGene -outfile tmp/danRer11_ ...
annovar zebrafish written 8 days ago by mark.dunning200
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Job: Sheffield Bioinformatics Core Analyst
... The Bioinformatics Core at The University of Sheffield is looking for an Analyst with strong statistical skills and awareness of best-practices and reproducible research. Please see below for a summary and how to apply **Summary** The University of Sheffield and its associated Medical School and H ...
job written 10 months ago by mark.dunning200
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Job: Sheffield Bioinformatics Core Analyst, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
... The University of Sheffield is launching a Bioinformatics Core, and we are looking for an Analyst to join the team If you have a passion for working with best practice Bioinformatics, promoting open science, and want to work in an awesome city, check it out! http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BDQ610/sheffi ...
bioinformatics core job analyst written 14 months ago by mark.dunning200 • updated 14 months ago by genomax57k
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Job: Sheffield Bioinformatics Core Analyst, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
... The Bioinformatics Core at The University of Sheffield is looking for an Analyst. If best-practice Bioinformatics and reproducible research is your thing, check-out the full details below:- http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBM484/sheffield-bioinformatics-core-analyst/ ...
bioinformatics core job written 17 months ago by mark.dunning200 • updated 17 months ago by genomax57k
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Comment: C: Link to TCGA mutation calling benchmark dead?
... Did you manage to find them? I used these data in a workshop recently and wanted to give the link to where to download the data, only to find they had disappeared! ...
written 2.2 years ago by mark.dunning200
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News: European Bioconductor Developers Meeting: Cambridge 7/8th December 2015
... Dear Bioconductors, We are pleased to announce that that European Bioconductor Developers Conference will take place in Cambridge, England from 7th-8th December 2015. The meeting is aimed at bioinformaticians, programmers and software engineers who contribute to the Bioconductor project, or are in ...
news conference bioconductor written 3.1 years ago by mark.dunning200
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Answer: A: Why Doesn'T Annovar With Dbsnp 129 Filter Anything
... Thanks all for your help and advice. It sounds like there may be an issue with the hg19 download of the database that I will follow-up with the annovar people. I'll definitely check out the 6500 exomes dataset too. Cheers, Mark ...
written 5.6 years ago by mark.dunning200
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Why Doesn'T Annovar With Dbsnp 129 Filter Anything
... Hi all, I was using annovar to remove common variants from my list of potentially interesting variatns using dbsnp132. However, I was finding that 99% of my variants were being found in dbsnp132, which is too many to remove from the analysis. After reading some comments about dbsnp129 being more ...
annovar dbsnp written 5.6 years ago by mark.dunning200
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Will Samtools Mpileup Produce Different Variant Calls On A Subset Of The Same Data?
... Hi al, I'm looking to parallelise my variant-calling using mpileup on a per-chromosome basis as to run in serial for a whole genome takes many, many days. However, I've noticed that I get different variants called in the two separate analyses. Which is a bit disconcerting! As a test, I ran the fo ...
samtools mpileup written 5.7 years ago by mark.dunning200
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Tea Pipeline For Hg19
... Hi all, There is interest in our group for running the Tea pipeline on our cancer dataset http://compbio.med.harvard.edu/Tea/ The package download seems to be setup for hg18, but our dataset was aligned to hg19. Has anyone tried running the pipeline on hg19 data? If so, could I get some pointers ...
written 5.9 years ago by mark.dunning200 • updated 3.1 years ago by ns0

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