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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... hmm....thanks for the hint about checking the files I did `faSplit about` when I realized `faSplit sequence` does not work. But, upon checking the result, it seems that although `faSplit about` seems to be working properly, it didn't! **Update**: made a mistake. Seems to be working. At least for t ...
written 6 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... Yes. I removed the test folder before running the faSplit with sed. My 1SQ_reads.fasta file is about 40 GB. ...
written 6 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... This doesn't work either: $ ~/opt/miniconda3/bin/faSplit sequence <(sed 's#/#__#g' 1SQ_reads.fasta) 2 test/test_ $ ls test/test_* |wc -l 17188 ...
written 6 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... @[RamRS][1], I tried to use your fasta file and it worked! $~/opt/miniconda3/bin/faSplit sequence seq.fa 2 test2/ $ ls test2/ 0.fa 1.fa $ ~/opt/miniconda3/bin/faSplit sequence seq.fa 3 test2/ $ ls test2/ 0.fa 1.fa 2.fa So, my FASTA identifiers are messing with the progra ...
written 7 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... $ uname -a Linux qmaster01.cluster 2.6.32-696.30.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue May 22 03:28:18 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux ...
written 7 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... The faSplit binary does not work for me since it was built on a more recent OS than the one I currently has. ...
written 7 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... I have absolutely no idea why it doesn't work on mine. My commands: ~/opt/miniconda3/bin/faSplit sequence 1SQ_reads.fasta 2 test/test_ $ cd test $ ls | less test_0.fa test_10000.fa test_10001.fa test_10002.fa test_10003.fa test_10004.fa test_10005.fa ...
written 7 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... Thanks for checking the version. So, the version on bioconda `faSplit sequence` does not split fasta into desired number of files. So instead I divided the size of my original file and use `faSplit about` to split by size and get approximately the number of files I wanted. ...
written 10 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: C: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... Yes. I get that. I was wondering if the ability to print manual is because of the newer version. What is the latest version? The one I have is this one: # Name Version Build Channel ucsc-fasplit 366 h5eb252a_0 bioconda ...
written 10 days ago by olechnwin0
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Comment: A: how to use faSplit to split fasta into x files
... Thanks for your reply. Tried `man faSplit` it came back with the 'No manual entry for faSplit' I thought that's where I downloaded it from. I'll try to re-download. ...
written 10 days ago by olechnwin0

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