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I am a bioinformatics software developer known mostly for my posts on big-ass serversdamn microarray papers, and the reproducible research guilt trip, as well as my review of pipeline frameworks. I have worked in virology, crop genomics, and on various pediatric diseases as a programmer, analyst, and architect. I'm currently a PhD student at Drexel.

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Answer: A: likelihood of number of consecutive Ns in miRNA sequence
... this should be as simple as downloading the hairpins or mature sequences and looking for your patterns perl -ne '$x=5;if(/>/){if ($seq){$seq =~ m/((A{$x,}|C{$x,}|G{$x,}|U{$x,}))/ && print $def.$1."\n";}$seq="";$def=$_;}else{chomp;$seq=$seq.$_;}' hairpin.fa >cel-mir-38 MI00000 ...
written 6 days ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: likelihood of number of consecutive Ns in miRNA sequence
... I think the OP means any mononucleotide kmer? ...
written 6 days ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Snakemake Error (incorrect wildcard use)
... in snakemake you provide a recipe for making a target, but then you have to actually ask for the target. You can even ask on the command line but it's preferable to set a target rule as cschu181 suggested. ...
written 6 days ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Strange coverage of mtDNA - need help interpreting MiSeq results
... Looking at the BAM may be too late to diagnose what is happening. I would start by grepping your raw reads for mtDNA sequence around that 3234 area - agatggc, not much longer than that. https://www.mitomap.org/foswiki/bin/view/MITOMAP/HumanMitoSeq If they don't even exist you know it's something i ...
written 5 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Snakemake - parameter file treated as a wildcard
... somehow Snakemake is thinking your BLACKLIST path is relative instead of absolute. When you run Snakemake are you using some working directory argument? If you are desperate maybe symlink your /mnt/data/ directory to your working directory and stop using absolute paths. ...
written 8 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Adding wildcards in Snakemake rule
... well I'm not crazy about you using underscores in both the sample names and as delimiters. try using a delimiter that won't confuse the regex. also just update your original question, you don't need to submit an answer. ...
written 9 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Answer: A: Adding wildcards in Snakemake rule
... OK the wildcard rules look fine, now create a target rule to produce the files you want rule mytargetrule: input: "results/mysample/fasta/mysample_bwa_hg37_qfilt.fa", "results/mysample/fasta/mysample_bwa_hg37_qfiltreg.fa" ...
written 9 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Event-based software for alternative splicing with three conditions?
... that's an interesting point. ANOVAs became popular before computers, and they require a two-way post-hoc anyway. The majority of efforts in differential expression are two-way, so it's no surprise differential splicing would be the same. Granted you are introducing some multiple testing issues when ...
written 10 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Event-based software for alternative splicing with three conditions?
... i'm not so sure software that handles 3 conditions is really much better than A vs B and A vs C and B vs C ...
written 11 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k
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Comment: C: Why do I get different results for PC1 from plotPCA(DESeq2) and prcomp?
... try `prcomp` with `scale=TRUE` ...
written 11 weeks ago by Jeremy Leipzig19k

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