User: lordbleys

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Answer: A: Calculate the number of SNP differences between sequences in multiple alignment
... Thank you, that worked perfectly ! ...
written 9 months ago by lordbleys0
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Calculate the number of SNP differences between sequences in multiple alignment
... Hi :) This seems like a simple enough question but I can't find a straight answer... I have a fasta alignment of 65 sequences, all of them exactly the same length (roughly 40 000 bp long). The fasta alignment looks like: >seq1 AAATTTCCCGGG >seq2 CAATTTCCCGGG >seq3 CAAGTTCCCGGG The outpu ...
snp pairwisealignment dnasequence written 9 months ago by lordbleys0
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Answer: A: baySeq issues and questions
... Thank you Thomas,   I tried ignoring patient effect and treating each timepoint as a separate replicate group. However my patients are so different at baseline (d0 and d60) from one another that I end up looking at background noise with no significant effect. That's why I want to have a patient ef ...
written 2.8 years ago by lordbleys0
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Answer: A: baySeq issues and questions
... Hello again and happy new year everyone,   After some unforseen complications, I am back on the dataset analysis using baySeq. However I am still getting errors. I think it comes from the way I input the data, but I tried several combinations without finding the correct one.   As previously, my ...
written 2.9 years ago by lordbleys0
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Answer: A: baySeq issues and questions
... Thank you very much, I´ll try that right away ! Cheers ! Sébastien ...
written 3.0 years ago by lordbleys0
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baySeq issues and questions
... Hello,   I am trying to analyze a dataset of bacterial community sequences. The experimental design is the following : 6 patients were each sampled at 4 sequential time points. I am looking for differential abundance in OTUs, and on paper baySeq sounds like the perfect tool for the job. But is it ...
metagenomics bayseq written 3.0 years ago by lordbleys0

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