Posts Tagged ‘ Sequencing ’

PLINK/SEQ for Analyzing Large-Scale Genome Sequencing Data

May 4, 2011
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PLINK/SEQ is an open source C/C++ library for analyzing large-scale genome sequencing data. The library can be accessed via the pseq command line tool, or through an R interface. The project is developed independently of PLINK but it's syntax will be f...

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PLINK/SEQ for Analyzing Large-Scale Genome Sequencing Data

May 4, 2011
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PLINK/SEQ for Analyzing Large-Scale Genome Sequencing Data

PLINK/SEQ is an open source C/C++ library for analyzing large-scale genome sequencing data. The library can be accessed via the pseq command line tool, or through an R interface. The project is developed independently of PLINK but it's syntax will be f...

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Using R + Bioconductor to Get Flanking Sequence Given Genomic Coordinates

April 12, 2011
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I'm working on a project using next-gen sequencing to fine-map a genetic association in a gene region. Now that I've sequenced the region in a small sample, I'm picking SNPs to genotype in a larger sample. When designing the genotyping assay the lab wi...

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Using R + Bioconductor to Get Flanking Sequence Given Genomic Coordinates

April 12, 2011
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Using R + Bioconductor to Get Flanking Sequence Given Genomic Coordinates

I'm working on a project using next-gen sequencing to fine-map a genetic association in a gene region. Now that I've sequenced the region in a small sample, I'm picking SNPs to genotype in a larger sample. When designing the genotyping assay the lab wi...

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Seminar: Statistical Methods for DNA Resequencing Analysis in Disease-Gene Studies

February 12, 2010
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Department of Biostatistics Seminar/Workshop Series:Statistical Methods for DNA Resequencing Analysis in Disease-Gene StudiesWenyi Wang, Ph.D., Faculty CandidateStanford Genome Technology Center, UC Berkeley Statistics2:00-3:00pm Monday, Februa...

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