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Comment: C: merging table columns
... Sorry, I should've added more details. The table relates to genotypes. The first column is chromosome numer and the second is SNP ID. The table was generated using vcftools but requires further formatting before it can be processed (using matrixeqtl) for identification of EQTLs. ...
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(Closed) merging table columns
... I'm working in Linux with a large table of the following layout: 1 123456 2 234567 3 345678 And I would like to merge the columns, producing the following in a new file: 1_123456 2_234567 3_345678 Can anyone help? Thanks!!! ...
formatting linux written 2.1 years ago by cjmcdermottroe20
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Comment: C: Large table reformatting
... that's great, thanks! ...
written 2.1 years ago by cjmcdermottroe20
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Large table reformatting
... Hi everyone, I have a very large table of genotypes that I will eventually plug into MatrixEQTL for eQTL analysis. I'm having some formatting issues that hopefully someone can assist me with. As things stand, my file looks like this.. 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Rows = SNPs (I have ...
.vcf file mapping linux written 2.1 years ago by cjmcdermottroe20 • updated 2.1 years ago by Pierre Lindenbaum124k
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Comment: C: Variant representation in pooled PCR products
... Awesome ATPoint, a custom index and alignment is far more sensible than grep. I'll give it a go and report back. Thanks.. ...
written 2.2 years ago by cjmcdermottroe20
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Variant representation in pooled PCR products
... Hi all. I have a plasmid into which I cloned a chemically-synthesized oligo pool. The oligos differ from one another by single nucleotides and hence the resulting plasmid is highly complex/diverse in this particular region (which just so happens to be a gene of interest). I PCR'd across this hyperva ...
alignment next-gen sequence pcr written 2.2 years ago by cjmcdermottroe20 • updated 2.2 years ago by ATpoint26k
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Extracting Microarray Data From Gse 'Object' Using Geoquery
... Hi. I'm trying to use GEOquery to extract data from a GSE file I downloaded but I'm not having any joy. Can someone tell me what commands to use? thanks and sorry if this is covered else where. Chros ...
written 7.1 years ago by cjmcdermottroe20 • updated 7.1 years ago by Sean Davis25k

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