Question: Need Help To Split Paired-End Dataset
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Du, Jianguang380 wrote:
I am new to the NGS analysis. I need help to solve this problem. As shown in my previous emial/question shown below, I have some paired-end datasets at FASTQ format, and I have problem to split each of these datasets into two datasets (one forward and one reverse). Jennifer instructed me to assign the datatype to be fastqsanger first and then run 'Manipulate FASTQ'. I have two questions: 1) Now that the datasets were already split into forward and reverse reads when extracted in FASTQ format from the SRA, can I use them just as single end data? 2) If I do need to split each dataset into two datasets, how should I choose the settings when I run "Manipulte FASTQ"? Thanks. Jianguang /////////////////////////
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 6.1 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k • written 6.1 years ago by Du, Jianguang380
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:
Hi Jianguang, I took a screenshot to simplify the instructions. Please see the attached. The tool is: 1 - filtering for a match against the identifier with a regular expression 2 - removing those matched reads, leaving the remainder Run twice, once with each regular expression. Remember that the reverse of the match will be in the output. .*\.1\sHWI.* <- this is in the attached screenshot .*\.2\sHWI.* Others expressions would work, these are just examples that you can use right now, for your exact data. I tried to not be overly cryptic so this could help as a base for future queries. @SRR192532.1.1 HWI-EAS269:1:4:655:110.1 length=35 ^^^^^^ I am matching the sequences where the ^^ are: at the end of the identifier, the first space, and the start of the description. The link on the tool form to the regular expression help is a good one to aid with understanding how/why this works. Hopefully this helps! Jen Galaxy team -- Jennifer Jackson http://galaxyproject.org
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