Question: Saving Pssms For Every Iteration Of Psiblast
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subramaniansk0 wrote:

I am working on a project to evaluate the psiblast converge rates for different queries (from the same protein family). I would like to run psiblast such that it saves the PSSM after every iteration till the search converges. One idea I have to implement this is using shell scripts such that, once I get the psiblast output (PSSM) after nth iteration, run one more iteration starting with this PSSM and the query sequence to generate the PSSM for the n+1th iteration. I'll continue doing this till n+1th PSSM == nth PSSM. I'm still fooling around with a fresh standalone install of BLAST+ on my mac. So, any comments to save PSSMs are welcome.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 6.9 years ago by Hamish3.1k • written 6.9 years ago by subramaniansk0
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Hamish3.1k wrote:

An explanation of how to use the NCBI BLAST distribution to perform PSI-BLAST searches with manual iterations can be found in: Select Sequence From A Psiblast, And Launch A New Iteration From It.

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