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Comment: C: New Bioconductor package for dbSNP151
... Hi Jesper, Thanks for the positive feedback. Very appreciated and motivating! In BioC devel ([BSgenome 1.55.2](https://github.com/Bioconductor/BSgenome/commit/c583eea987185cd5cdd16ebc6a66c70913a27136)) I've improved the SNPlocs extractors to return the **inferred** ref allele and alt allele(s): `` ...
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Comment: C: Problem installing BSgenome packages with R 3.6.1
... Hi, I see "Installation path not writeable" in the error messages you're showing us so I wonder: Can you install any package at all? Try something like: ``` install.packages("mgcv") ``` If this fails then your problem does not have much to do with the BSgenome.Hsapiens.UCSC.hg19 package or with Bio ...
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Answer: A: Can't find library BSgenome.Mmulatta.UCSC for latest genome (mmul10)
... BSgenome.Mmulatta.UCSC.rheMac10 is now available. See https://support.bioconductor.org/p/126958/ Cheers, H. ...
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News: New BSgenome data packages for bosTau9, rheMac10, danRer11, and galGal6
... Hello Bioconductor citizens, New BSgenome data packages are now available in release (BioC 3.10) and devel (BioC 3.11) for UCSC assemblies bosTau9 (Cow), rheMac10 (Rhesus), danRer11 (Zebrafish), and galGal6 (Chicken): - https://bioconductor.org/packages/BSgenome.Btaurus.UCSC.bosTau9 - https://bioc ...
bsgenome news written 7 days ago by Hervé Pagès ♦♦ 14k
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Comment: C: Can't find library BSgenome.Mmulatta.UCSC for latest genome (mmul10)
... Right. Although it's not exactly the same. The BSgenome wrapper adds a few conveniences like the ability to rename the seqlevels, "inject" SNPS, properly handle circular sequences, and a cleaner sequence order. Also not all workflows support TwoBitFile objects (even though they probably should). No ...
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Comment: C: Question: Easy way to fetch the first exons from genome
... I don't know. This sounds like is a slightly different topic though so I would recommend that maybe you try to ask this as a new question. ...
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Comment: C: Question: Easy way to fetch the first exons from genome
... One more thing (and I'll stop replying to myself). The very first exon in each gene can actually be obtained more simply with: ``` ex_by_gene <- exonsBy(txdb, by="gene") gene_strand <- as.character(unique(strand(ex_by_gene))) idx <- ifelse(gene_strand == "+", which.min(start( ...
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Comment: C: Question: Easy way to fetch the first exons from genome
... I should add that the fact that some genomic ranges are repeated multiple times in `first_exons` (e.g. the first 3 exons are the same) simply reflects the fact that several transcripts in a gene can share the same first exon. So if you're interested in knowing the location of the first exon for each ...
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Comment: C: Question: Easy way to fetch the first exons from genome
... A gene has one TSS per transcript. You can easily get the 1st exon of each known transcript by extracting the exons grouped by transcript: ``` library(TxDb.Dmelanogaster.UCSC.dm3.ensGene) txdb <- TxDb.Dmelanogaster.UCSC.dm3.ensGene ex_by_tx <- exonsBy(txdb, by="tx") ex_by_tx # GRangesList obje ...
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Answer: A: Question: Easy way to fetch the first exons from genome
... Hi, How about extracting the exons from a TxDb object and pick up the "first exons"? (whatever that means): ``` library(TxDb.Dmelanogaster.UCSC.dm3.ensGene) txdb <- TxDb.Dmelanogaster.UCSC.dm3.ensGene ex <- exons(txdb) ex # GRanges object with 76920 ranges and 1 metadata column: # ...
written 4 weeks ago by Hervé Pagès ♦♦ 14k

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