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Comment: C: Are the Fastq files content is truly random
... Sure, I should have added to the questions that they all have the same relative abundances. ...
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Comment: C: Are the Fastq files content is truly random
... Yes. I'm **simulating** a fastq file as it being generated by HiSeq 3000 and HiSeq 4000. I wanted to know about the randomness of the data. Thanks. ...
written 14 months ago by yonis0
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Comment: C: Are the Fastq files content is truly random
... I'm building a tool, down the pipeline ,that should only get a sample of a fastq file, to produce certain analysis. It matters a lot. Thank you for the link, but as far as I can tell it doesn't simulate all the artifacts from a sequencing machine. ...
written 14 months ago by yonis0
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Are the Fastq files content is truly random
... Hi, I'm building a system to generate fastq files as they are being output from HiSeq 3000 and HiSeq 4000. This will serve us to test our internal systems with some gold standards. As we are working with microbiome a standard sample may contain around 1500 different species, is there a a bias in ...
illumina fastq hiseq written 14 months ago by yonis0 • updated 14 months ago by Istvan Albert ♦♦ 84k

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