I have around 149 fasta files of mouse genes cds sequences in fasta.txt format. I have to combine them into a single file containing all the sequences and run it against a gene dataset that I downloaded from ensembl biomart. Is there any shortcut command line I can use in cmd to combine all of them or any way of doing them in less time? Any suggestions are appreciated
The cat command is available as Powershell alias on Windows 7 and above. Press the Windows logo key + R, then type powershell and press Enter. Supposed your fasta files are located on d:\data, just type:
cat *.fasta.txt > d:\combined.fasta
For any serious bioinformatics analysis, learning linux command is a must.