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Comment: C: There are any good tutorial or book to help to get some stats in kmer analysis?
... I was thinking in create some random genomes based on background bases frequencies that are the same as the original genomes,using something like random.choices. Basically, is what I have seen in some papers. Thank you for your time. And I will check it out yours refs. ...
written 5 days ago by psschlogl30
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There are any good tutorial or book to help to get some stats in kmer analysis?
... I am trying to get some kmer analysis (counting, get some **scores and testings) in some genomes and I am reading some stuff, but some are so obscure and boring, because of a much far-fetched explanation or confusing formulas and derivations. I wish a reference a lil bit light, concise, and clear of ...
genome sequence written 5 days ago by psschlogl30 • updated 5 days ago by khorms150
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quick question about a degenerated position in motifs
... Hi there Supose You have a list of motifs and You want to get a consensus sequence and my question is: in positions where there are degeneration can You choose any base right? But it is better to choose based on a nucleotide probability distribution, like, you get this probs from all the nucs in t ...
sequence written 24 days ago by psschlogl30
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Comment: C: Book recommendation for starting and advancing in Bioinformatics
... great book in my personal experience Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics ...
written 7 months ago by psschlogl30
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Comment: C: Data randomization for apply some statistics
... Comments were add to the initial question ...
written 8 months ago by psschlogl30
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Comment: C: Data randomization for apply some statistics
... Hi JC I thinking in Bonferroni correction, two-sided Fisher’s exact test for kmers, at least for the moment, but I am checking other possibilities. Thanks ...
written 8 months ago by psschlogl30
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Comment: C: Data randomization for apply some statistics
... None? 8( >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ...
written 8 months ago by psschlogl30
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Data randomization for apply some statistics
... Hi there I have a quick question. I am dealing with some gigabits of fasta files and I am trying to develop a statistical analysis of protein composition (count aacs, kmers and using some probabilistic models) and I need some random data to use. I have the done the code to randomization and my que ...
fasta sequence proteins written 8 months ago by psschlogl30
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Comment: C: Trying to use CD-HIT with a fasta file with 5 mers but not getting any output.
... Thank you gb. I will check out your suggestions to understand the theory with blast. Thanks for your time and patience. I am very grateful for all you guys have doing for my learning! ...
written 9 months ago by psschlogl30
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Comment: C: Trying to use CD-HIT with a fasta file with 5 mers but not getting any output.
... I think i give it a much bigger file ;) ...
written 9 months ago by psschlogl30

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