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Answer: A: New to NGS
... Support the website you're posting on AND learn about NGS/bioinformatics: https://www.biostarhandbook.com/ ...
written 1 day ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Comment: C: How to extract identical characters in multiple text files?
... Could you give an example of how these BLASTp result files look like? ...
written 3 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Comment: C: How to sum the genewise counts in edgeR ?
... Rpolicastro - I love seeing your tidyverse-esque responses on here. I always end up learning something new from ya. Quick question though. Whenever you create a sample data.frame, you always use this framework: structure(list(...... row.names = c(NA, -24L), class = "data.frame") Any reas ...
written 5 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Comment: C: Loop in R script
... I made some minor adjustments! Please try now. :) ...
written 10 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Comment: C: Loop in R script
... Can you send me what one of these files look like inside? ...
written 11 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Comment: C: file handling in R
... Appreciate the tips! Edited my original post. ...
written 13 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Answer: A: file handling in R
... if(!require("tidyverse")) install.packages("tidyverse") files <- purrr::map_dfr(list.files(pattern = "\\.txt$"), read_tsv) Then if you only want the Genes column: files <- files$Genes ...
written 13 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Answer: A: How to extract a peptide sequence (interval) from a FASTA file?
... library(Biostrings) fa <- readBStringSet("file.fa") intervals <- read_tsv("intervals.txt") for(i in seq_along(fa)){ fa[[i]] <- subseq(fa[[i]], start = intervals$start[[i]], end = intervals$end[[i]]) } writeXStringSet(fa, "file.fa") ...
written 13 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Comment: C: Loop in R script
... The main reason here was because I wanted to use `imap`, which allows you to iterate over the list of objects and their indices, and so I just wanted to be consistent throughout the calls. ...
written 13 days ago by bioinformatics2020340
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Answer: A: Loop in R script
... Put this in the directory where you have the 200 files. Make sure you don't have any other text files because it uses the `list.files()` function to look for .txt files. if(!require("tidyverse")) install.packages("tidyverse") if(!require("magrittr")) install.packages("magrittr") libr ...
written 13 days ago by bioinformatics2020340

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