User: A. Domingues

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I analyse -omics data and try to make sense of it. I used to work at the bench, but it has been long enough that I can consider myself a bioinformatician now.

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Comment: C: Annotating reads with the name of the feature to which they map
... No problem. If you think this solves the original question, please accept my answer or up-vote the relevant messages :) ...
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Comment: C: Annotating reads with the name of the feature to which they map
... I am not familiar with mpileup, but you could possible do (i) convert mpileup to bed, (ii) intersect with genomic features, (iii) use cut to removed the superfluous columns. This should give the results you are hoping for. ...
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Answer: A: Annotating reads with the name of the feature to which they map
... If I understood teh goal correctly, I have use two different strategies in the past: **bedtools interesect** `bamToBed -i sample.bam | bedtools intersect -a - -b features.bed -s -wa -wb -bed -f 1.0 > $output1` You can play with the flags to make the intersections, unstranded/same/opposite stra ...
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Comment: C: NGS Data storage solutions for small organisations or big labs
... That was pretty much my low-tech solution, but I was just wondering of there was better way of going about it. (Meta)Data retrieved from SRA/GEO can also go into lims. Thank you. ...
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Comment: C: NGS Data storage solutions for small organisations or big labs
... Good points. We are using cloud storage (AWS), and we would have some support for setting this up, either internal expertise or contractors (I work for a private company). The basic policy is that the data is for internal usage only. At the moment we only have a couple of sequencing experiments, a c ...
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Comment: C: NGS Data storage solutions for small organisations or big labs
... I am also interested in this subject, but on a different angle: how are you keeping track of the raw data + metadata? Custom DB with path to cloud location? iRODS? ELN? We don't actually generate the data, but rather get it from CROs or public repositories. Cheers. ...
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Job: Scientist/Senior Scientist, Statistical Geneticist
... Dewpoint therapeutics is hiring computational biologists (senior scientist and group leader) and a statistical geneticist for their Boston office. Dewpoint Therapeutics is the first company founded to apply the emerging discipline of biomolecular condensates to drug discovery. Dewpoint believes tha ...
ngs genetics job statistics written 7 weeks ago by A. Domingues2.4k • updated 7 weeks ago by rpolicastro4.0k
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Job: Group Leader/Assoc. Director, Computational Biology
... Dewpoint therapeutics is hiring computational biologists (senior scientist and group leader) and a statistical geneticist for their Boston office. Dewpoint Therapeutics is the first company founded to apply the emerging discipline of biomolecular condensates to drug discovery. Dewpoint believes tha ...
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Job: Senior computational biologist
... Dewpoint therapeutics is hiring computational biologists (senior scientist and group leader) and a statistical geneticist for their Boston office. Dewpoint Therapeutics is the first company founded to apply the emerging discipline of biomolecular condensates to drug discovery. Dewpoint believes tha ...
ngs genetics job computacional biology statistics written 7 weeks ago by A. Domingues2.4k
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Comment: C: How to construct an anova to test diferences bewteen conditions taking into acco
... > "are the ratios of genes for one strand usually higher/lower in the control samples vs the treatment samples" That is pretty much want I want to know :) And still don't think `limma` is the solution here because I will get a result per gene, not to the question above (unless I missing somethin ...
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