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Comment: C: How to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same
... Thats perfectly what I need. THank you very much cpad0112. Many thanks. Mitra. ...
written 5 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Comment: C: How to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same
... No this one only duplicate columns of all datasets by adding.x and .y > dim(A) [1] 6 32 > dim(B) [1] 6 32 > dim(MerAB) [1] 7 63 So not the intended result at all. Thanks anyway. M ...
written 5 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Answer: A: How to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same
... My original two datasets dimensiona are 256 by 32 and 270 by 32. All the top data name (32) are same for both. Only the rows are different. I wasnt these teow data combined (added in case of same rows.) Thanks. M ...
written 5 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Answer: A: How to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same
... > A X.Datasets RIFB3D20 RIFSAMPLEB RIFB3D33 RIFSAMPLED RIFA3D23 10 FCB group 0 0 0 0 0 11 Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi group 0 0 0 0 0 12 Bacter ...
written 5 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Answer: A: How to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same
... Sorry for my late reply. I tried to use the full_join function but (may be I tried wrong), its not adding the rows where we have entry in both data sets. keeping the numbers from first data and only merging the second data in case of new rows. Any help will be really great. Thanks, Mitra ...
written 5 weeks ago by Mitra0
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How to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same but all rows are not same.
... Hi All, I want to match and merge two tables in a effective way where sample names are same but all rows are not same. e.g. less Test1.csv Datasets,RIFA3D33,RIFA3D44,RIFA3D5,RIFA3D23,RIFA3D40,RIFA3D26,RIFA3D12,RIFA3D20,RIFA3D15,RIFB3D15,RIFB3D5,RIFB3D40,RIFB3D26,RIFB3D23,RIFB3D44,RIFB3 ...
sequencing written 7 weeks ago by Mitra0 • updated 5 weeks ago by cpad01123.1k
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Comment: C: Problem with installing SeqPrep from GitHub
... I think installation by anaconda is easier. conda install -c bioconda seqprep ...
written 9 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Comment: C: Problem with installing SeqPrep from GitHub
... Hi, I tried to use install it same way... but getting error [medsmit@login2.marc1 SeqPrep]$ git checkout clang-patch error: pathspec 'clang-patch' did not match any file(s) known to git. Can you please help? Thanks. Mitra ...
written 9 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Comment: C: Read count from a batch of fastq.gz files
... Yes I described above two different ways of Read count from a batch of fastq.gz files ..out of which `$((`wc -l`/4))` don't work (rather I must say not getting expected or correct result) when applied to zip files. So I assume this is something to do with the zip files ..and try to understand how t ...
written 10 weeks ago by Mitra0
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Comment: C: Read count from a batch of fastq.gz files
... Also when I am checking with one file I get exact match..but somehow above command not working.. grep "@M" RIFA3D26_S20_L001_R2_001.fastq |wc -l 145592 grep "@M0369" RIFA3D26_S20_L001_R2_001.fastq |wc -l 145592 This confirms that all the reads have same name. Also with line cou ...
written 10 weeks ago by Mitra0

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