User: Roxane Boyer

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Comment: C: Order contig by size
... Sorry, perceived that as ironic, my bad! ...
written 2 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Comment: C: Order contig by size
... Actually, I have checked the man.. Thanks for the acid comment ...
written 2 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Comment: C: Order contig by size
... It worked perfectly fine using your tool, thanks ! ...
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Comment: C: Order contig by size
... Thanks ! I was trying -rk1,1n ...
written 2 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Comment: C: Order contig by size
... I actually like your solution ! awk solution was working but in ascending order, I wanted decreasing order. And adding just a --reverse on the sort command didn't solved it so I was running out of solution.. I'm going to try seqkit thanks ! ...
written 2 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Comment: C: Order contig by size
... Sorry didn't found it... Should I delete my post or marked it as answered ? ...
written 2 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Order contig by size
... Hi there ! Does anyone has a easy solution to order contig from an assembly by size ? For example, I want that contig1 is the largest, contig 2 is the second largest etc... I can't find a convenient solution (maybe I'm not looking good enough..) Thanks for your help ! Cheers, Roxane ...
assembly script written 2 days ago by Roxane Boyer180 • updated 2 days ago by shenwei3562.3k
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Comment: C: RepeatModeler finishes without creating output files
... Hello Dave ! I'm currently facing the exact same issue you had... Do you solved your issue ? I would like to know ! Cheers, Roxane ...
written 8 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Comment: C: What can I do after my Pacbio genome assembly ?
... Coverage is a major parameter with PacBio long read sequencing, because as their raw reads have bigger error rate (~15%), your strategy to lower down this error rate will be different depending on the number of PacBio reads you have. If you are new to PacBio sequencing, I advise you to read this m ...
written 16 days ago by Roxane Boyer180
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Comment: C: What can I do after my Pacbio genome assembly ?
... Hi Picasa, I agree with Genomax, I had a lot of trouble and could never achieve the final polishing step by using fastq files and pâcbio tools. You have to find your raw reads, they are essentials. Also, try to acknowledge what your sequencing coverage was, it is a very essential information ! ...
written 17 days ago by Roxane Boyer180

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