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Comment: C: Bioinformatics Question
... worst question evar. ...
written 8.0 years ago by Flies100
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Comment: C: What Mapping Quality Read Should I Use For Down Stream Rna-Seq Analysis
... Don't you worry about under-representing similar genes (e.g. from gene duplication) when you require unique-mapped reads? ...
written 8.0 years ago by Flies100
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Comment: C: How Should I Encode Dna Into A Piddle?
... As to the reason why, it's because I have a quantitative model that uses DNA sequence as input, and I want to do the calculation as efficiently as possible. ...
written 8.0 years ago by Flies100
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Comment: C: How Should I Encode Dna Into A Piddle?
... As to the reason why, it's because I have a quantitative model that uses DNA sequence as input. ...
written 8.0 years ago by Flies100
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Comment: C: How Should I Encode Dna Into A Piddle?
... @qdjm I'm just guessing that I'm not the first person to do this, and I'm wondering what solutions people have come up with. I mention my current idea as a point of reference. ...
written 8.0 years ago by Flies100
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How Should I Encode Dna Into A Piddle?
... I'm going to be doing some non-linear regression (with a huge and messy residual function), and I am thinking of using PDL::Fit::LM (I had some trouble getting Levmar to install). The explanatory variables for my fit are DNA sequence (which I'm feeding into a position-specific weight-matrix). What ...
perl written 8.0 years ago by Flies100 • updated 8.0 years ago by Dr. Mabuse47k
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Comment: C: How Can Multiple Sage Tags Map To The Same Gene?
... i suppose... although I shouldn't like to think that that kind of error would account for such a large percentage of mapped tags. I'm going to do a test and see exactly what percentage of tags come from multiply-mapped genes... ...
written 8.1 years ago by Flies100
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Comment: C: How Can Multiple Sage Tags Map To The Same Gene?
... I don't think alternative transcripts are enough to solve the problem. According to an Ensembl.org genbank file I'm looking at, one of the genes with 3 different tags has only two different transcripts. ...
written 8.1 years ago by Flies100
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How Can Multiple Sage Tags Map To The Same Gene?
... I'm looking at some SAGE data, and I'm finding that 50% of all genes tagged have multiple distinct tags corresponding to them. For instance, a certain gene is tagged by 485 gtgcggacattgcaagc tags, and 7 gtgtgtacattgcaagt tags. 4% of genes have at least 5 tags associated with them! My understandin ...
gene written 8.1 years ago by Flies100 • updated 8.1 years ago by Nico30
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Comment: C: How To Efficiently Parse A Huge Fastq File?
... wouldn't it be better to say if (! exists $headers{})? ...
written 8.4 years ago by Flies100

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