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Comment: C: Abyss, Optimizing the parameter k, running time taking 7 days, still without res
... > estimated genomesize 25Gb What on earth are you assembling over there? oO ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics word cloud to use in classes
... Love the standalone "High". ...
written 24 days ago by cschu1811.5k
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Comment: C: make a different color for a given amino acid
... I think this one should receive "post of the year". ...
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Comment: C: How to run the ViennaRNA package
... Let's take a step back. The ViennaRNA package is used for RNA secondary structure prediction (generally speaking) and not for primary structure/sequence analysis operations such as edit distance or hamming distance calculations. What exactly do you want to do? To directly address your problem (rega ...
written 4 weeks ago by cschu1811.5k
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Comment: C: Install trimmomatic on windows computer?
... Trimmomatic is java-based as well. :P There's a good reason to not advertise using bioinformatics tools on windows, though... It saves us all a lot of pain in the long run. ...
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Comment: C: Install trimmomatic on windows computer?
... You could install cygwin and then try running it from there. Or try [virtual box](https://itsfoss.com/install-linux-in-virtualbox/). Just as a side note, GNU GPL v3 is a license, not an operating system. ...
written 4 weeks ago by cschu1811.5k • updated 4 weeks ago by RamRS20k
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Comment: C: How to run a Alternative Splice Junction analysis ?
... Does `python /path/to/where/you/git/cloned/spladder/python/spladder.py` work? ...
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Comment: C: RNA Molecule Specification
... You're talking single-stranded RNA, so Chargaff's Rule does not apply here. The rule only makes sense if you have pairs (in which case A=T and C=G (or Y=R)) D) is the only statement you can make about a single strand; A is dsDNA-specific, C would apply to dsRNA and B applies to both (although with ...
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Comment: C: Senior Bioinformatician / Developer (Genome Annotation), Earlham Institute, Norw
... I just tested you. Congratulations, you passed :P ...
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Job: Senior Bioinformatician / Developer (Genome Annotation), Earlham Institute, Norwich, UK
... The Earlham Institute (EI) is seeking an enthusiastic and focused Senior Bioinformatician/Developer to join the [Core Bioinformatics Group][1]. [Click here to apply][2] **The role:** This post will focus on developing novel tools and pipelines for large scale annotation of genes and other genomi ...
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