User: cmdcolin

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Computer Science MS student at Wayne State University

 

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Computer Science BS at University of Colorado
Research assistant at University of Missouri
Research assistant at Michigan State University

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Answer: A: Interesting/useful/beautiful bio sequence viz tools
... I think that the plugin and customization system of jbrowse allows you to make tons of things that are pretty cool, but having developed for them I'm sort of biased. Anyways, here are some examples of customized tracks in jbrowse made via plugins multiple sequence alignment viewer https://github.co ...
written 5 weeks ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: bedtools getfasta chromosome not found
... alternative command line fix: use the dos2unix command (dos2unix yourfile.fa) ...
written 5 weeks ago by cmdcolin740
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Answer: C: Samtools faidx problem
... Shouldn't it be "samtools faidx scaffold.fasta scaffoldX:111614-111868"? ...
written 3 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Answer: A: Add gene annotation/information to CNV plot in R
... In some cases converting your data to a genome browser and then screenshotting the genome browser can be beneficial for getting such genomic contexts. The embedded link also recommends something called genomegraphs also which helps for R graphics A final alternative you could look into is adding a ...
written 5 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: Universal Operon Database
... I think the comment implies there may not be (or they may be very rare) operons in human in the classical sense, e.g. where they are polycistronic (multiple transcripts being transcribed at once, and then spliced into different genes after transcription). Uniquely though, c.elegans does have many po ...
written 5 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: Scafolding and gap filling
... You can possibly use a "reference based scaffolder" such as medusa, ragout, or other tools. This compares a genome to a closely related one and uses synteny to infer scaffolding ...
written 6 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: Rescaffolding a genome assembly?
... I wasn't able to do a really comprehensive comparison of all options but the "rescaffolding" option via running SSPACE using mate pair reads on the broken up contigs produced some new scaffolds that suggested a different arrangement of contigs (it stiched together contigs that were on different scaf ...
written 7 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: Repeatmasker, Can't locate Text/Soundex.pm
... Have you tried installing repeatmasker using a simple package manager such as homebrew? `brew install homebrew/science/repeatmasker` works quite well on OSX for me ...
written 8 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: Blast Xml For Multiple Databases
... It is definitely possible to do this without aliastool, as mentioned above, passing multiple arguments for db. It has the annoying consequence of not telling you "which" database a particular sequence came from though ...
written 8 months ago by cmdcolin740
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Comment: C: Ideal settings for blasting a protein/cdna against a genome?
... It would be same species or fairly closely related (e.g. getting a danio gene, blasting against fish of interest). I don't necessarily have exact use cases but there were biologists wanting to find the location of their gene of interest in a poorly annotated genome, and they had cdna sequences from ...
written 8 months ago by cmdcolin740

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