Is there is a way to know that the sra data I'm interested in has a bad fastqc from sra database on ncbi before downloading it or before making fastqc to this data
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FadyNabil ▴ 10

I want to download a bad quality human mRNA fastq data from sra database from NCBI but I do not want to take a long time to download every record and check its quality just to know if it has bad quality or not my question is there is a way to know if this data has bad fastq quality or not from the SRA database.

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GenoMax 121k

No there is no way to know that. If you are using a dataset that is already part of a publication it is highly unlikely that it will be bad. For unpublished datasets you are taking a chance but again no one wants a bad dataset attributed to their name so it would be unlikely.

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