I want to install LncTar software.
I have downloaded LncTar as compressed file.
I extracted the folder. The folder has
LncTar.pl file and Genecare folder
Inside the Genecare folder there is a file named - PerlOligos.pm
when I run the command
perl LncTar.pl -p 1 - l Examp1_RNA1.txt -m Examp1_RNA2.txt -d -0.1 -s F -o out.txt
I get the error
Can't locate Genecare/PerlOligos.pm in @INC (you may need to install the Genecare::PerlOligos module) (@INC contains: /etc/perl /.....
I don't know how to install Genecare. I am a beginner with no knowledge on perl. Help me install LncTar
Since "genecare" is a custom module/package. You need to add it from LncTar extracted folder to your Perl library.
You need to follow these steps (This is for windows. I think it should also work on Mac/Linux) :
perl LncTar.pl -p 1 - l Examp1_RNA1.txt -m Examp1_RNA2.txt -d -0.1 -s F -o out.txt.
This partially worked for me! I got an output with the following:
The out.txt file is as follows:
I don't think this is the full result. Any ideas? I've tried contacting the developers but got no response.
This is a pure Perl issue: http://www.cpan.org/modules/INSTALL.html
sudo cpanm Genecare::PerlOligos
The link says
cpanm Module::Namein this what is the Module and Name?
Ok, seems to be a custom module which is not published in cpan. I got a different error:
It even started with the fact that the downloaded archive was named
Maybe try emailing the authors or use the web version.
Thank you for your suggestions.
I have the same issue.
There any solution for this issue?
I'm having the same issue. I sent an email to the authors several days ago, but haven't got reply yet. Have you fixed the issue? If so, please let me know. I need to use the software now.
Also, I want to ask whether someone has experiences on using the web version. If I want to run some non-coding RNAs against a whole transcriptome, how can I input the transcriptome on the web version? Thanks!
I am not a perl guy so cannot really comment but maybe you should explore the source code and see if it expects a specific version of either perl itself or of some common dependencies. I mean the tool must work for the developers, they probably and simply missed to put all necessary steps into the manual to make it run.
Thanks for your comments, ATpoint. I plan to try web version first to see whether it works.
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