User: cllezark

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Comment: C: formatting makeblastdb commands
... > The string passed with the -title option is stored somewhere inside the database, it is not the filename of the database. That's really good to know, piet; thank you for posting. Would I be better off not including the -title option in my command? Also, will I be able the command you submitted ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Comment: A: formatting makeblastdb commands
... I just got part of the way there with makeblastdb -in ~/db/nucleotide/Genus_species_DNA_cds.fasta -title GspeciesDNA -dbtype nucl -parse_seqids -out ~/db/nucleotide/GspeciesDNA The above command put the files where I wanted them, with the name I wanted. But -parse_seqids produced more files ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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formatting makeblastdb commands
... I have a couple of .fasta files which I want to turn into databases using the makeblastdb program stored in Blast+ 2.4.0 for OS X 10.11. After following the manual, I typed in this command makeblastdb -in ~/db/nucleotide/Genus_species_DNA_cds.fasta -title Genus_species_DNA -dbtype nucl - ...
makeblastdb ncbi database blast written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Comment: C: Standalone Blast+ file specifically for OS X
... Nailed it. Thanks for the link! ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Standalone Blast+ file specifically for OS X
... I recently installed ncbi-blast-2.4.0+.dmg, but it did not contain the file "ncbi_package_info" that previous versions contained. I had some difficulty setting the path needed to run makeblastdb at first, as it would return the error "command not found" when I attempted to execute the command. After ...
mac server blast written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Comment: C: How to properly install ViroBLAST Standalone for Mac OS X 10.11
... After some creative file rearrangement, I've finally got Viroblast Activated on the server! Thank you so, so much!! For those following at home, move you uncompressed "Viroblast" folder from wherever it is in your system to the `localhost/~User/`directory – that's how the viroblast directory ultimat ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Comment: C: How to properly install ViroBLAST Standalone for Mac OS X 10.11
... Apologies for the link, but are these perhaps the files I'm looking for? If they are, I can't find the directory that they make following uncompression. http://postimg.org/image/4podyse7r/ ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Comment: C: How to properly install ViroBLAST Standalone for Mac OS X 10.11
... I have downloaded the source code, for sure. I'm almost certain that the source code is somewhere different from where these commands are being executed. The file is stored in `/Library/WebServer/Documents/viroblast-2.5.3.tar.gz` , which is not nested within `/~User/` (Device-name:~ User$ in the te ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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Comment: C: How to properly install ViroBLAST Standalone for Mac OS X 10.11
... Not yet solved, but for the first time I got a different response! Trying `tar -zxvf viroblast.tar.gz` returned `tar: Error opening archive: Failed to open 'viroblast.tar.gz'` which isn't yet what I'm looking for, but it's at least different! ...
written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20
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How to properly install ViroBLAST Standalone for Mac OS X 10.11
... I am a newcomer to the world of server-usage, database design, php, and SQL; I have used NCBI's BLAST enough to be more than comfortable with it, though. I'm building a database for a few species' worth of sequences, and I need to use ViroBLAST for the built-in search functionality (I have no say in ...
blast sequence viroblast php sql written 2.8 years ago by cllezark20

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