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Hi

I am running RSEM for the first time. In the command for the expression it says as follow

rsem-calculate-expression --phred64-quals \
                           -p 8 \
                           --output-genome-bam \
                           /data/mmliver.fq \
                           /ref/mouse_125 \
                           mmliver_single_quals

Could anyone tell me what is this mmliver_single_quals stands for? When I am trying to run the command it terminated without showing any error. I used the following command

./rsem-calculate-expression  --phred64-quals  -p 8   --gzipped-read-file  293TInput2_S21_L008_R1_001.fastq.gz    /ref/human_gencode  /NOR.sequences/293T

I shall be very thankful for your response.

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15 months ago

It looks like the last element in the command line when structured like that is just what prefix will be added to all the output files, so you can control what they are called.

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I have used the following command but it terminated without running

./rsem-calculate-expression  --phred64-quals   -p 8   --gzipped-read-file /data/shilpia2/NOR.sequences/293T/293TInput2_S21_L008_R1_001.fastq.gz   /data/shilpia2/ref/human_gencode  /data/shilpia2/NOR.sequences/293T/293T

can anyone tell me what could be the problem?

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