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Comment: C: Population Private SNPs
... Thanks, I have one more question. I split the bed files by sub-population by running `plink --bfile --keep `. How do I test whether the allele frequencies are different across populations. I am considering 7 sub-populations of the 1000Genome data set for my analysis. I believe that I'll need to b ...
written 12 months ago by ThePlaintiff10
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Population Private SNPs
... I am working on 1000Genome data. I'd like to find for every population SNPs that are only found in a selected population (population private SNPs). Now, how I'd go about it is to recursively find the difference between sets of SNPs in different populations say for YRI and LWK, I'd get all the SNPs ...
next-gen snp written 12 months ago by ThePlaintiff10
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Comment: C: What is the difference between .csi indexing vs .tbi indexing
... Thanks ATpoint. I was hoping to get answers as to whether I should keep two sets of index files. ...
written 12 months ago by ThePlaintiff10
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(Closed) What is the difference between .csi indexing vs .tbi indexing
... Hi, I am generating bcf files from vcf. When indexing using bcftools the default indiexing is .csi however I also have tabix (generates .tbi index files) installed on my system hence I can opt for either. I'd just like to have a brief comparison between the two indexing formats in order to know wh ...
next-gen written 12 months ago by ThePlaintiff10

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