User: Ricardo A.

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Ricardo A.80
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PhD Candidate - Dept. of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics. University of Michigan

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GAT - using GC isochores: correct formatting and statistical implications
... #### Question Does anyone here has had any experience using GC content isochores in GAT? It would be great to hear your experiences with this feature. #### Issues with isochores Using isochores is not very well documented in the manual and I'm having trouble determining how to build and use the inp ...
gat written 16 days ago by Ricardo A.80
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Comment: C: Are there any journals that accept short transcriptome announcements?
... A while back I found this list of free open access journals: http://www.conem.org/links/resources-authors/oaj-selected/ Depending on the topic of your dataset, you can find a potential good fit in one of those. ...
written 5 months ago by Ricardo A.80
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Comment: C: ATAC-seq macs2 peak calling bampe mode extension shift
... I think it makes sense to use smaller shift and extension in this case. Why are you only looking at small fragments? There is a lot of information on larger mono and dinucleosome-sized fragments. ...
written 5 months ago by Ricardo A.80
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Answer: A: ATAC-seq macs2 peak calling bampe mode extension shift
... Hi, josruirod, The `--nomodel` flag will tell MACS2 to bypass the model building, which would calculate the `shift`/`extsize` parameters. Since you are asking it to use the fragment information from the paired reads, then it doesn't need to figure out a model as it already have the information from ...
written 5 months ago by Ricardo A.80
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Answer: A: How to get work experience in Bioinformatics ?
... Hi, Ishack, I believe you should be able to get some good amount of experience during your Masters. Do you have something like required research credits? I'd imagine that you could fulfill those by doing an internship (that's what a significant part of our masters students do here in Michigan). Int ...
written 5 months ago by Ricardo A.80
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Answer: A: BagFoot TF foot printing
... **EDIT**: I called victory too soon... It took me two full days to figure out why this package would not run on our data. It was the first time I've ever had to really use the debugging functions in RStudio (thanks, Hadley!). After extensive tinkering and innumerous tracebacks, I found that the prob ...
written 5 months ago by Ricardo A.80

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