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Dbsnp Allele Frequency
... Does anyone know what the second filed means in this file? ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/snp/database/organism_data/human_9606/SNPAlleleFreq.bcp.gz ...
frequency allele dbsnp written 7.0 years ago by User 4133150 • updated 7.0 years ago by Pierre Lindenbaum117k
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Answer: A: Extract Sequences From Fasta Using Awk One-Liner
... You can also use this: grep -v '>' file.fasta In my blog you can find a comprehensive posto about formatting and splitting fasta files using python scripts: http://basicbioinformatics.blogspot.com/2011/10/split-fasta-file.html ...
written 7.4 years ago by User 4133150
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Answer: A: Computing The Reverse And Complement Of A Sequence With Biopython
... In my opinion, for a very simple problem we need a very simple script. Why use biopython or complicated functions?? Try this: http://basicbioinformatics.blogspot.com/2011/10/reverse-strand.html Bye!! ...
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Answer: A: Python Script To Translate Rna Sequences To Protein Sequences
... Probabilly this can help. http://script4dummies.blogspot.com/2011/10/rna-to-protein_26.html It is in Italian, but the python code is in English. Bye Wollo ...
written 7.4 years ago by User 4133150
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(Closed) Tablet Assembly Viewer
... Hello, I'm trying to run Tablet Assembly Visualization in my remote machine from my local terminal. It doesn't works. Suggestion? Alternatively, how can I import the BAM files in my local device without move direclty the data? Thanks. ...
next-gen visualization snp sequencing written 8.0 years ago by User 4133150 • updated 8.0 years ago by Peter5.8k
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Extract Line By Line In *.Bam Files
... Hello! I'm working with a .bam file and I want extract line by line. I'm trying to use the following bash command: for line in 'samtools view filename.bam'; do something done but it doesn't works because the variable line will be a single field of .bam file. How can I assing at variable the e ...
bam samtools file written 8.6 years ago by User 4133150 • updated 8.6 years ago by Stew1.4k
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Answer: A: Working With Large *.Bam Files
... Thank you Keith James, I would have another question: how can you compute the mappig score from binary code? Can you sum over all alignment positions? And, in such case, what is the best score in your opinion? ...
written 8.6 years ago by User 4133150
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Answer: A: Working With Large *.Bam Files
... Thank you, in my question I omitted that the conversion from BAM to SAM has been done...my problem is just the memory. I will try. Thanks. ...
written 8.6 years ago by User 4133150
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Working With Large *.Bam Files
... Hello everyone, this is the first time I use Bio Star to ask a question, I would like to congratulate all those who write. Now, my question is: I'm working with a very large *.bam file (about 65 Gb) related to pair-end reads of an entire transcriptome. My final goal is to find translocations, so as ...
paired bam file written 8.6 years ago by User 4133150

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