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Answer: A: Using expression array data to predict ethnicty
... It is possible. Any multi-class classification algorithm would be applicable, such as multinomial logistic regression or random forest. ...
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Comment: C: Retrieval of batch info for GSE46691
... No, the dataset consists of hundreds of microarrays, which were run at different times. Hence, batch effect correction is an important consideration for the analysis of them. ...
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Answer: A: Retrieval of batch info for GSE46691
... The submitter didn't provide the batch identifier of the batch each sample was run in, so it can't simply be downloaded from GEO Browser. It might be obtainable if you contact the corresponding author and ask for it. ...
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Comment: C: Using expression array data to predict ethnicty
... Why did you use the RNA-seq tag for your post if your question is about microarray data? ...
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Comment: C: Analyzing RNA-seq without replicates
... I have essentially the same characteristics in the dataset which I'm currently analysing. Using the different patients with the same clinical outcome as replicates doesn't work because there's a lot of heterogeneity between them, so no genes are found to be significantly differentially expressed. Th ...
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Comment: C: Duplicated Gene ID in gene_exp.diff file
... Cufflinks hasn't been updated in a couple of years and doesn't appear to be maintained. Do you really want to use it for your analysis? ...
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Answer: A: De novo RNA-seq
... The minimum contig length of 200 is used by most published research using Trinity. It's a simple filtering to avoid reporting numerous partial transcripts which are not likely to be long enough to code for a protein. I guess that the two exons which you designed for testing are both quite short. ...
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Comment: C: Number of mapped reads from BAM file
... The solution doesn't scale well for the situation when all alignments for a read are output and many reads have multiple valid alignments. Some tools, such as STAR, output text files of read mapping statistics, but others, such as Bowtie, don't save any such files and unfortunately require calculati ...
written 9 months ago by dario.garvan410
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Comment: C: How to identify adapters in FASTQ file?
... You shouldn't be guessing the adapters. If the biologists who did the experiment are any good at their job, they will tell you the kit used and the adapter sequences. ...
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Comment: C: HLA typing WGS data
... That's not what I suggested. I suggested that you take the two HLA alleles and see how similar they are to each other with MUSCLE. Using E01:03:01:01 and E01:01:01:01 shows that they are both 1077 nucleotides long and that the only sequence difference between them is **one** SNP. Therefore, I'd expe ...
written 14 months ago by dario.garvan410

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