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Answer: A: Grad school help: Transcriptomics and Pathways Analysis
... You might be able to so some stuff with GEO2R (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/geo2r/) depending on the dataset. if its microarray data, you could just download the data and go though the analysis from scratch. A lot of it will be R based (if not all of it), there are tons of tutorials out there. I ...
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Comment: A: How to install MyRAST tool on Linux Mint correctly?
... You could crack open those perl files and see what is might be tripping the error at those lines (if you have not already). I see there is an ubuntu specific distribution, you could try that. Linux mint looks nice but Ubuntu is so popular that googling errors is usually much easier. ...
written 9 days ago by brett.vanderwerff40
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Answer: A: Hardware requirement for RNA-seq
... Kallisto is really similar to salmon for "pseudo alignment", I ran it with about 8GB of RAM on human samples. I think the most demanding thing was building the RNA index, which you can get "pre-built" if you look around and probably could be run with a lot less. STAR is also really popular, but on t ...
written 9 days ago by brett.vanderwerff40

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