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Explanation of ENCODE SCREEN candidate cis-Regulatory elements classification
... Hello everyone, I am confused with the explanation of ENCODE SCREEN candidate cis-regulatory elements (ccREs) classification. The description has been attached: [SCREEN][1] According to the documents, they said for cell type-agnostic classification, ccREs will be divided into 3 groups, which are cc ...
chip-seq written 4 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: [Errno 13] could not open alignment file
... The error has clearly shown you don't have the permission to this file, check the owner of W2.bam ...
written 7 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: Size of Output BAM file bigger than the SUM Size of Input files after merging wi
... The size of BAM file doesn't necessarily need to be consistent with the number of reads, you should use command like samtools flagstat to see whether the number of reads in merged file = sum of those in File1/2 ...
written 7 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: Is it okay to pool sample for RNAseq and proteomics study?
... Agree, lack of enough replicates has been a problem for RNA-seq. Pooling sample only makes this thing worse ...
written 8 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: Combining two BED files based on shared criteria
... So you want to let the first 3 columns representing the intervals in set 1, then show the foci from set 2 located in the interval in column 4? How do you want to show them, can you give an example output? ...
written 8 days ago by yztxwd230
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Answer: C: Splitting genomic intervals based on chromosome arm
... I think you can use bedtools intersect to compare your intervals with each chromosome arm, then annotate each output with the arm used. A simple bash example: old_IFS=$IFS IFS=$'\n' for i in `cat arm.bed`; do name=`echo $i | cut -f 1` echo $i | sed 's/\([0-9]*\) ...
written 8 days ago by yztxwd230
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Answer: A: awk gff column change
... awk '{n=split($1,a,"_"); print $1,$2,$3,a[n]+$4, a[n]+$5,$6,$7,$8,$9}' input.txt ...
written 23 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: Problems installing shapeit
... Have you added the path to shapeit to your environment variable? If not, you should use /path/to/your/shapeit instead of shapeit to run the command ...
written 24 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: Any fast way to download 1000 Genome Phase 3?
... I have tried the command on my computer and the file has been successfully downloaded, which version of ascp are you using? Is the private-key-file path correct? ...
written 28 days ago by yztxwd230
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Comment: C: RNA-Seq Read Counting using featureCounts
... Multiple mapping reads are not the same thing as the reads overlapping multiple features, a read can be mapped to a unique position but there could be some overlapping transcripts which caused this read overlapped by multiple transcripts (features) ...
written 29 days ago by yztxwd230

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Scholar 7 days ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For C: BWA not reporting all similar alignments
Scholar 6 weeks ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For C: BWA not reporting all similar alignments
Scholar 6 weeks ago, created an answer that has been accepted. For C: BWA not reporting all similar alignments
Teacher 6 weeks ago, created an answer with at least 3 up-votes. For A: salmon was only able to assign 0 fragments to transcripts
Teacher 6 weeks ago, created an answer with at least 3 up-votes. For A: salmon was only able to assign 0 fragments to transcripts

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