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Comment: C: Get Flanks skipped invalid lines
... Hi Jen I had tried this also but I think it required "choose species" as a must. Could you please specify which "species" category should I use for this exercise? Hope to find an early solution. D ...
written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Answer: A: Get Flanks skipped invalid lines
... Hi Jen Thankyou for reply. I have tried these things and I find my data is fine in aspect of datatype, column etc. The solution which you suggested would possibly be true for data in one file only but my data are in two different files. The two files , 1) SNPs I have are in pg SNP format and 2) Get ...
written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Comment: C: Dealing with rows in tabular data
... Hi To accomplish this I used AWK programming. Thanks ...
written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Get Flanks skipped invalid lines
... Hello Galaxy Experts I have a query regarding "Get flanks" tool under "Operate on genomic intervals" to get the genomic sequences flanking all of the SNPs. I notice that it throws an error that it skips certain number of invalid lines. To let you know I have checked all the lines in the files from ...
get flanks written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Answer: A: Dealing with rows in tabular data
... Hi Jen I thought I would achieve some success with your reply. However I am caught at few places. First I need to know how to iterate columns if I need to give only two numbers 1 and 2 . Second are there any short functions known to select only even number rows. I had a good look over filter and sor ...
written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Answer: A: Dealing with rows in tabular data
... Hello Jen Thankyou. This has been extremely helpful. Dips ...
written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Dealing with rows in tabular data
... Hello Experts I am using use galaxy for genome wide SNP discovery. I have discovered about 770,000 SNPs. After performing operations in galaxy I have been able to get sequences for each of them.I obviously have a pool of several genotypes. At this point I have 2 questions 1) How should annotate my ...
tabular data manipulation written 21 months ago by d.angra50
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Scaffold from Blast results
...  Hi All I have been struggling to get my head around how to create Scaffolds. I have created a de novo Metatranscriptome assembly using single end sequences, which has yielded me about 260,000 contigs with a good statistics.I have blasted the output to reference genome. From here I am attempting to ...
trinity to scaffolds written 22 months ago by d.angra50 • updated 22 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson23k
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(Closed) Scaffold making via scripting
... Hi  My question today is for experts using python programming to do Bioinformatic analyses. I am trying to run a  well written script for creating scaffold from my blast sequences. I am however getting the error again and again. I have pasted the error I am getting   """"Traceback (most recent ca ...
biopython written 23 months ago by d.angra50
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Answer: A: How to download blastn to scaffold from toolshed?
... Hi Jen Thankyou for the reply. I also want to know is it possible to create (local galaxy) get.galaxy account even if I have the use.galaxy account? Thankyou Deepti ...
written 23 months ago by d.angra50

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