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Several very commonly used annotation databases for human genomes are additionally provided below. In general, users can use -downdb -webfrom annovar in ANNOVAR directly to download these databases. To view of full list of databases (and their size and last changed date) prepared by ANNOVAR developers, use avdblist keyword in -downdb operation.

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NOTE: several whole-genome databases (cadd, cadd13, fathmm, dann, eigen, gerp++, etc.) are available for download after server migration in June 2019. Please do NOT download unless you absolutely need to use them in your whole genome analysis (note that each file is 200GB in your local computer), since each download will cost me a few dollars now.

The raw data can be explored interactively with the Table Browser,Data Integrator, or Variant Annotation Integrator.For automated analysis, the genome annotation can be downloaded from the downloads server for hg38 and hg19 (snp150*.txt.gz) or the public MySQL server.Please refer to our mailing list archivesfor questions and example queries, or our Data Access FAQ for more information.

  • For the human assembly, we provide a related table that containsorthologous alleles in the chimpanzee, orangutan and rhesus macaquereference genome assemblies.We use our liftOver utility to identify the orthologous alleles.The candidate human SNPs are a filtered list that meet the criteria:class = 'single'

  • mapped position in the human reference genome is one base long

  • aligned to only one location in the human reference genome

  • not aligned to a chrN_random chrom

  • biallelic (not tri- or quad-allelic)

In some cases the orthologous allele is unknown; these are set to 'N'.If a lift was not possible, we set the orthologous allele to '?' and theorthologous start and end position to 0 (zero).Masked FASTA Files (human assemblies only)FASTA files that have been modified to useIUPACambiguous nucleotide characters ateach base covered by a single-base substitution are available for download:GRCh37/hg19,GRCh38/hg38.Note that only single-base substitutions (no insertions or deletions) were usedto mask the sequence, and these were filtered to exclude problematic SNPs.ReferencesSherry ST, Ward MH, Kholodov M, Baker J, Phan L, Smigielski EM, Sirotkin K.dbSNP: the NCBI database of genetic variation.Nucleic Acids Res. 2001 Jan 1;29(1):308-11.PMID: 11125122; PMC: PMC29783

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It is possible to download the data from the UCI Machine Learning Repository -- Iris Data Set, but the datasets library in R already contains it. Just by loading the library, a data frame named iris will be made available and can be used straight away:

This page provides an easy way to download the latest firmware file foryour MULTI-Module, or MULTI-Module equipped radio.By default the latest firmware is shown, with older releases available using the drop-down FirmwareVersion selector

Note: OpenTX/EdgeTX radios with small LCD screens (e.g. Taranis Q X7, RadioMaster TX12) will not display files with names longer than 32 characters when browsing the SD card from the radio menu. You may need to rename the downloaded file before you can access it on your radio.

Many text corpora contain linguistic annotations, representing POS tags,named entities, syntactic structures, semantic roles, and so forth. NLTK providesconvenient ways to access several of these corpora, and has data packages containing corporaand corpus samples, freely downloadable for use in teaching and research.1.2 lists some of the corpora. For information aboutdownloading them, see more examples of how to access NLTK corpora,please consult the Corpus HOWTO at

Perhaps the single most popular tool used by linguists for managing datais Toolbox, previously known as Shoebox since it replacesthe field linguist's traditional shoebox full of file cards.Toolbox is freely downloadable from

The Generic Loader can download data from an application entity into a portable, editable text file. This file can then be uploaded into any other database to copy the data. Conversion between database store and file format is specified by a configuration file that is read by the loader.

The Generic Loader downloads data from a database according to a configuration (.lct) file, and converts the data into a data file (.ldt file). The Generic Loader can then upload this data to another database using a configuration file.

The loader operates in one of two modes: download or upload. In the download mode, data is downloaded from the database to a text file; in the upload mode, data is uploaded from a text file to the database.

In both downloading and uploading, the structure of the data involved is described by a configuration file. The configuration file describes the structure of the data and also the access methods to use to copy the data into or out of the database. The same configuration file may be used for both uploading and downloading.

When downloading, the Generic Loader creates a second file, called the data file, that contains the structured data selected for downloading. The data file has a standard syntax for representing the data that has been downloaded. When uploading, the Generic Loader reads a data file to get the data that it is to upload. In most cases, the data file was produced by a previous download, but may have come from another source. The data file cannot be interpreted without the corresponding configuration file available.

These download and upload capabilities allow profile value information that is defined in one database to be easily propagated to other databases. This is useful for delivering Oracle E-Business Suite seed data to customers, as well as for copying customer profile definitions from a primary site to other sites.

Data types can be standard Oracle scalar types, except that only VARCHAR2(size), NUMBER, and CLOB are currently supported. An attribute can also be defined as a foreign key reference to another entity in your configuration file. The foreign key entity must be a "top-level" entity and its download statement must include filter parameters in its WHERE clause for each of its key attributes. Also, the parameter names must match the key attribute names exactly.

The DOWNLOAD statement is a SQL statement that selects rows to download. The statement can join to other tables to resolve sequence generated ID numbers into developer keys where possible. The DOWNLOAD statement may also contain bind values of the form ':NAME' which are substituted with parameter values from the command line. DOWNLOAD statements have the form

Warning: Do not modify the data files you download using the flexfields configuration file. You risk corrupting your flexfields data. Oracle E-Business Suite does not support any changes you make to the data files.

Do not, for example, create folders in the English language, download the folder definitions and then upload them into another language because all the prompts would remain in English and the WHERE clause saved with the folder may be language sensitive.

Note: For downloading in previous releases, a NULL profile option value in the database downloaded as a value of NULL; now, if a NULL value exists in the database, nothing is downloaded for it. For uploading in previous releases, if a NULL profile option value exists in the loader data file (indicated by the absence of a value row or the value was ""), then a NULL value was inserted into the database. Now, if a NULL value exists in the loader data file, the corresponding value is deleted from the database upon uploading.

The Generic File Manager (GFM) is a set of PL/SQL procedures that leverages Oracle HTTP Server functionality to provide generic upload and download capabilities of unstructured data between a client (usually a web browser) and a database.

FNDGFU is an access utility that allows the upload of files from the local file system to the GFM database file system. It supports simple uploads of single files as well as bulk uploads of many files. FNDGFU also offers a download option that provides a convenient and quick means of retrieving the contents of large objects (LOBs) if the file identifier is known.

This utility is used in uploading help files for the Oracle E-Business Suite online help system. For information on downloading and uploading Oracle E-Business Suite help files, see: Downloading and Uploading Help Files.

It is essential that you verify the integrity of the downloaded files using the PGP signatures. Please read How to Verify Downloaded Files for more information on how and why you should verify our releases.

The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG. First download the KEYS file as well as the .asc signature files for the relevant release packages. Make sure you get these files from the main distribution directory, rather than from a mirror. Then verify the signatures using

For more information, please see CONCATENATE function in Excel.You can see that Microsoft Excel provides a handful of good alternatives to nested IF formulas, and hopefully this tutorial has given you some clues on how to leverage them in your worksheets. To have a closer look at the examples discussed in this tutorial, you are welcome to download our sample workbook below. I thank you for reading and hope to see you on our blog next week!

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