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Comparing Ensembl GTF and cDNA

February 6, 2020
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Comparing Ensembl GTF and cDNA

It seems that most people think Ensembl’s GTF file and cDNA fasta file mean the same transcripts: Watch out! @ensembl's Fasta and GTF annotation files available via https://t.co/2AhCSnL7py do not match (there are transcripts in the GTF not found in the Fasta file. Anyone else expected...

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Comparing Ensembl GTF and cDNA

January 31, 2020
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Comparing Ensembl GTF and cDNA

It seems that most people think Ensembl’s GTF file and cDNA fasta file mean the same transcripts: Watch out! @ensembl's Fasta and GTF annotation files available via https://t.co/2AhCSnL7py do not match (there are transcripts in the GTF not found in the Fasta file. Anyone else expected...

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Comparing Ensembl GTF and cDNA

January 30, 2020
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Comparing Ensembl GTF and cDNA

It seems that most people think Ensembl’s GTF file and cDNA fasta file mean the same transcripts: Watch out! @ensembl's Fasta and GTF annotation files available via https://t.co/2AhCSnL7py do not match (there are transcripts in the GTF not found in the Fasta file. Anyone else expected...

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Color palettes inspired by Islamic art

Color palettes inspired by Islamic art

This post is about my new R package IslamicArt, which provides color palettes inspired by Islamic art. Disclaimer: While I accept the Islamic theology, ethnically speaking, I’m not from the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, South Asia, or Southeast Asia. However, I do deeply...

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R blogs I follow

This page is about R resources. I also have a list of resources about dialogues between science and religion. One of my favorite aspects of R is the vibrant R community. A way to learn from the community - new tools, cool efficient tricks, something to...

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When principal component is not unique

When principal component is not unique

This quarter, I’m TAing my adviser’s class on computational biology. Though I have taken this class a year ago and got an A, TAing really deepened my understanding of the course material, much of which I have long been using routinely without thinking, such as...

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