User: Rashedul Islam

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Posts by Rashedul Islam

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Answer: A: Match And Merge Information By Id In Two Files
... You can use dplyr in R as well. a = read.table("~/tmp/a.txt",header=T) b = read.table("~/tmp/b.txt",header=T) library(dplyr) inner_join(a, b) ...
written 5 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Answer: A: Find the highest value in an interval defined in an other file
... For this purpose you can use [bedtools groupby][1] and -o max option to get the maximum value. [1]: http://bedtools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/content/tools/groupby.html ...
written 5 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Answer: A: Peak calling for broad histone-modification regions
... Hi, if you expect peaks of 10-100kb width, you can merge nearby narrow peaks using beedtools merge -d option. I found another peak caller [FindER][1] that allows controlling the peak width with -minSize (minimum size of peak), -maxGap (maximum size of peak) parameters. [1]: http://www.epigenome ...
written 5 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Answer: A: coverage for unique transcript and df process
... You might be looking for this, if not please add reproducible input and output. Thanks! library(dplyr) df = data.frame(x = c("a","b","b"), y = c(1:3)) df %>% group_by(x) %>% summarise(y = sum(y)) ...
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Comment: C: Is rs# of an SNP comparable between genome version or build?
... Thanks @Brain for the comment. I also found relevant information in NCBI documentation [here][1] that "Depending on the organism, the net result of the alterations in assemblies and annotations mentioned above is that a SNP may be in an exon (or more generally, located in a gene) in one build, but ...
written 5 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Is rs# of an SNP comparable between genome version or build?
... Hi All, I am working on public genotype data in [opensnp][1]. I found that different platform (e.g., 23andme, decodeme etc) uses different genome versions (e.g., GRCh37 or GRCh36) and therefore, I have found different chromosomal position for the same reference SNP (rs#) id. For few SNP ids, I chec ...
snp written 5 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Comment: C: Bam File: Change Chromosome Notation
... Perfectly worked for me. Thanks @Pierre Lindenbaum and @petervangalen ...
written 5 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Answer: A: Quickest Way To Get Human Gene Symbols From Refseq Build 37
... You can get this from [UCSC table browser][1]. Select genome version and RefSeq genes for the track. This will give you a table with RefSeq id and gene names. [1]: https://genome.ucsc.edu/cgi-bin/hgTables?hgsid=556605891_zmFtYCroyabQCVar2P0aaH9W5t6z ...
written 12 months ago by Rashedul Islam160
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Answer: C: Linux for loop for 2 inputs and 4 outputs for Trimmomatic fastq quality trimming
... Finally, I used this code to run Trimmomatic in a loop in linux. for file in /path/to/*_R1.fastq do withpath="${file}" filename=${withpath##*/} base="${filename%*_*.fastq}" echo "${base}" java -jar trimmomatic-0.33.jar PE /path/to/"${base}"*_R1.fastq /path/to/"${base}"*_R2.fastq /path/to/"${base}"_ ...
written 2.2 years ago by Rashedul Islam160 • updated 2.2 years ago by Michael Dondrup43k
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Comment: C: Matching gene id and extracting fasta sequences using shell script
... Thank you for your reply. Your answer helped. I found this link: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/156783/getting-matched-fasta-file. ...
written 2.3 years ago by Rashedul Islam160

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