User: Israel Barrantes

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Job: PhD scholarship in Bioinformatics, Rostock University Medical Center, Rostock, Germany
... The Institute for Biostatistics and Informatics in Medicine and Ageing Research at the Rostock University Medical Center (Germany) seeks a highly qualified candidate for a PhD scholarship with a focus on bioinformatics (NGS/omics) analyses. Your tasks: - Intervention effect analyses using omics da ...
position job scholarship written 9 months ago by Israel Barrantes700 • updated 9 months ago by genomax49k
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Comment: C: SNP analysis between two bacterial genomes
... OP said bacterial. The papers you added are for diploid or polyploid genomes, and therefore not suitable. ...
written 12 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Answer: A: SNP analysis between two bacterial genomes
... Use programs that have been specifically made for bacterial genomes, like [Breseq][1] (from FASTQs) or [Snippy][2] (from either FASTAs or FASTQs). In the [Breseq paper][3] you'll find the reasons why it's wrong to use programs that do not natively support haploid genomes. [1]: http://barricklab. ...
written 12 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Comment: C: Frequency of a unique sequence in a fasta file
... Step #2 doesn't work ...
written 16 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Answer: A: Searching for a site or program that can do functional annotation not being blas
... See here: https://www.biostars.org/p/163980/#164095 ...
written 20 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Comment: C: Establishing a Core Bioinformatics Facility
... See also: https://www.biostars.org/p/9739/ ...
written 20 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Answer: A: How to calculate TPM?
... Here: https://haroldpimentel.wordpress.com/2014/05/08/what-the-fpkm-a-review-rna-seq-expression-units/ there's a comparison between different manners of normalization, including a demo R script to convert read counts to TPMs and FPKMs without installing RSEM or edgeR. By the way, some programs like ...
written 20 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Comment: C: Intergenic region expression
... What have you found through google and pubmed searches so far? Biostars is not an oracle. ...
written 20 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Comment: C: BUSCO for transcriptome assessment
... Your question literally was about the error. You did not ask why you were getting zeroes at all. And the answer should be linked to checking long/short annotation names, as in the error. But anyway, you don't need the numbers there, as they are also printed below, e.g. C should be 320/429 = 0.7459, ...
written 20 months ago by Israel Barrantes700
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Comment: C: BUSCO for transcriptome assessment
... Did you even [google][1] the error message? Because there are solutions given on [StackOverflow][2] and [here][3] as well. [1]: https://www.google.de/search?q=Error%3A%20(1431.1)%20FASTA-Reader%3A%20Warning%3A%20FASTA-Reader%3A%20Title%20is%20very%20long%3A%201390%20characters&ie=utf-8&o ...
written 20 months ago by Israel Barrantes700

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