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Illumina file interpretation ATCG to AB
... I have a file for example: SNP TOP1&2 AB1&2 SNP1 GG BB SNP2 CC AA SNP3 GG BB . . SNP6 AC AB SNP7 CC BB SNP8 AA AA Can someone explain me why first CC is AA in AB format, and another CC is ...
ab illumina atgc written 9 weeks ago by MichaelTrev10 • updated 11 days ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: A: How to change a allels to illumina AB?
... Thanks for answers! I learn something about Illumina. AB format is needed coz database work in it. I got additional informations than all alleles in the doc are all TOP alleles. That change anything or I still need to use manifest file and try to deal with R? Best regards! ...
written 9 weeks ago by MichaelTrev10
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How to change a allels to illumina AB?
... Hi, I got a file with three columns. One is an rs id, others are Allele1 and Allele2. Alleles are presented as nucleotides: A,G G,C G,G ect. I need to create a file with AB Illumina format... so I need to convert AG, GC, GG to AB, AA or BB (depends). Can someone explain to me the ...
ab illumina allels written 9 weeks ago by MichaelTrev10 • updated 9 weeks ago by Charles Warden7.0k
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How to validate a ss and rs for SNPs?
... Hello, I have a many of SNP from SNPchimp base, and for example, in two files I have the same rs number, with the same position and same chromosome, but another ss. Example: (chip_name, rs,ss,allels,orient, allels1, allels2, chromosome, positionOnChromosome) Bov_IDBv2 rs17871566 ss28451907 ...
snp written 3 months ago by MichaelTrev10 • updated 11 weeks ago by Kevin Blighe45k
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Answer: A: Progressive programming and multiple sequences alignment?
... Ok, I found. Dynamic programming is less effective because it has to use recurrence. It can only align two sequences, and the result is again computing with another seq. One method starts n times. It needs very powerful computers. ...
written 4 months ago by MichaelTrev10
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Are there any other reference alingnment bases than Balibase?
... I need to do benchmarking of MSA tools. And I need another than Balibase reference DNA alignment DB. May someone heard about some? ...
alignment reference balibase databases written 4 months ago by MichaelTrev10
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Progressive programming and multiple sequences alignment?
... Hello, I have a question, can someone explain to me why dynamic programming is not used in multiple sequences alignment? I found many info about dynamic programming, but it not explain the MSA problem. ...
alignment dynamic written 4 months ago by MichaelTrev10
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recommended NGS data analysis courses?
... Hello! I'm looking for recommend training centre/company that runs NGS data analysis training in Europe. Can anyone recommend something? It's best that they be in English and take place before July. I care about something stationary, not online. ...
ngs course training written 4 months ago by MichaelTrev10
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Comment: C: how to run mscore in bash?
... OK! I explained in edit :) ...
written 5 months ago by MichaelTrev10
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how to run mscore in bash?
... Hi, I have another question with bash. In the folder, I have 400 result files. I want all result to compare with his reference file. My file structure looks like: resFileXXX.fasta XXX.afa resFileYYYYYY.fasta YYYYYY.afa resFileU.fasta U.afa I need to create script comparing ...
mscore aligment bash written 5 months ago by MichaelTrev10

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