Converting rsem.gene.results file to .txt or .xslx file
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I have done transcript quantification using RSEM and have data files "*.rsem.genes.results". I am trying to extract the FPKM value out of the file, but the columns can not be separated in the current .results file type, so I'm looking for a way to convert this file type to one which can be manipulated more easily. This is probably an easy fix, but I'm a newbie and have looked everywhere. Thanks in advance!

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If that is a delimited file (tab, comma etc) then you could open/import it using excel. Note: I am not recommending that you use excel for bioinformatics analysis. You can also use unix cut command to cut columns you need from the file.

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