Moderator: Michael Dondrup

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PhD in bioinformatics. Currently Researcher at the Sea Lice Research Centre, responsible for LiceBase, an infrastructure for genomic resources of sea lice, and analysis of genomics data from emerging genomes.

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Comment: C: How and what are the steps for performing RNAseq Time point analysis 3 biologica
... Another comment: are you sure that your protocol is not strand specific? `-s no -r pos -t exon -f bam -s no` also you have doubled the parameter, be careful when trying out different combinations, to specify each parameter only once to avoid confusion, like in `-s no -r pos -t exon -f bam -s yes`, ...
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Comment: C: How and what are the steps for performing RNAseq Time point analysis 3 biologica
... How does STAR distinguish and group biological and technical replicates? This is an interesting example, because if that works, it is not clear from the documentation how to achieve this, and should be clarified. From the manual: --readFilesIn default: Read1 Read2 string(s): paths to ...
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Comment: C: Is it possible to retrieve this paper from any links or website?
... Hello vchris_ngs! We believe that this post does not fit the main topic of this site. Welcome to the beauty of closed-access publishing, unfortunately, this is nothing the community can help you with. If the paper was open-access (e.g. CC-BY) we could share it with you, but we can not without cop ...
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Comment: C: How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... fixed, thank you ...
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Comment: C: How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... Sorry, drawing lines is a bit more difficult. How about something like this: heatmap.2(x, labRow = labRow, rowsep = c(9:10), sepwidth = c(0.05,0.05), sepcolor = 'blue') You just have to find your gene of interest in the dendrogram order. ...
written 3 days ago by Michael Dondrup42k
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Answer: A: How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... The easy way: use Row-labels and set all but those you want to show to empty string: data(mtcars) x <- as.matrix(mtcars) labRow <- c(row.names(x)[1], rep('', length(row.names(x))-1)) # take just the first name, here you can choose the ones you like heatmap.2(x, labRow = labRo ...
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Comment: C: How to annotate only selected genes on a heatmap
... Hi BioBing, this looks like a quite complex workflow for what OP wants to achieve. I am not doubting that it works, even though it is not possible to reproduce, but could you explain what it actually is at the core that displays only a selection of gene ids (e.g. setting them to NULL or empty string ...
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Comment: C: Column Regex Find And Replace
... Ah, it's a [Galaxy tool right][1]? [1]: http://%20https://toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu/repository/display_tool?repository_id=77ef66b907800659&tool_config=database%2Fcommunity_files%2F000%2Frepo_932%2Fregex_tabular.xml&changeset_revision=9ea374bb0350 ...
written 4 days ago by Michael Dondrup42k
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Answer: C: Column Regex Find And Replace
... So you want to extract the gi number? I think those have deprecated. Anyway the regex in perl would be something like `/gi|(\d+)|/` I don't know what Column Regex Find And Replace means, it is not a software, I guess. ...
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Comment: C: Column Regex Find And Replace
... Interesting example, regarding "stealth viruses" see https://www.biostars.org/p/99057/ ...
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