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Comment: C: Group GRanges and keep metadata
... To be precise, to construct a Views on a GRanges this needs to be coerced as RangesList otherwise it will throw an error. This is the code that works: vi <- Views(rle$chr22, as(H1.chr22, "RangesList")$chr22) ...
written 18 months ago by likeeatingpizza0
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Comment: C: Group GRanges and keep metadata
... THANK YOU Sir, that's exactly what I wanted to do. Should have thought of converting into an Rle... too many new different data classes/container in Bioconductor, I still have to get comfortable using them properly. ...
written 18 months ago by likeeatingpizza0
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Group GRanges and keep metadata
... This question comes from a quiz exercise of the Coursera Bioconductor course. Since over there the class has been totally abandoned from the start by the tutors/mentors (supposing there are any) and apparently Mr Kasper Hansen has other priorities than checking the discussion board and helping his s ...
granges metadata coursera written 18 months ago by likeeatingpizza0 • updated 18 months ago by Michael Lawrence9.8k
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Comment: A: how does coverage() works
...  Now I get it, it's not about counting the number of times each integer is covered in the IRanges, but the number of IRanges that cover each integer. Now it makes sense, thank you both ...
written 18 months ago by likeeatingpizza0
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how does coverage() works
... I'm learning Bioconductor but can't seem to understand how Biostrings::coverage() works. During the class I was taught that coverage "counts, for each integer, how many ranges overlap the integer.". Another definition I found in the documentation of the IRanges package (coverage methods) is "For e ...
coverage biostrings iranges rle written 18 months ago by likeeatingpizza0

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