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Comment: C: if i do mistake in library type parameter of trinity assembly, do i need to reas
... yes, i also considered that, but my colleague suggested me use ingap-cdg, have you ever use that, he told me it really works, and i also did the test, and only left 7,000,000 transcripts, seems good, but i am still doubt about the result. ...
written 9 days ago by biologo10
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Comment: C: if i do mistake in library type parameter of trinity assembly, do i need to reas
... accepted,but the thing is there's no reference genome for this species, and for some reasons, the genome assembly is really hard, to much AT ratio and repeat region, so, we just wanna focusing on the transcriptome assembly. thank you for your kind reply. ...
written 9 days ago by biologo10
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Comment: C: if i do mistake in library type parameter of trinity assembly, do i need to reas
... yes, i did. trim the adaptor and filter some short or low quality reads, but the trinity result seems no better options, thank you for your patience and your kind reply. ...
written 14 days ago by biologo10
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Comment: C: if i do mistake in library type parameter of trinity assembly, do i need to reas
... i got it, thank you, but your extral advice remind me that actually the quality is not good, even i isolate the llongest unigene, i got over 430,000 transcriptome. ...
written 14 days ago by biologo10
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if i do mistake in library type parameter of trinity assembly, do i need to reassemble it again?
... Dear friends, i was doing the trinity assembly, but i made a small mistake that for the --library type parameter, i used the FR, but actually it was RF, till i did the blast that i found the known gene matched to the reverse strand, cause the trinity take times and CPU, can i just reverse the Trini ...
assembly rna-seq written 14 days ago by biologo10 • updated 11 days ago by colindaven260
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repeatscout, run filter-stage-1.prl and get empty file
... hello everyone i m try to work with repeatscout but every time when i m runninf filter-stage-1.prl, the filtered library generated is created empty( no data)..... any solution??? ...
genome annotation written 10 weeks ago by biologo10
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Comment: C: Trinotate error DBD::SQLite::db do failed: no such table:
... yes, i find it for a long time, and thank you for your link ...
written 3 months ago by biologo10
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Comment: C: Trinotate error DBD::SQLite::db do failed: no such table:
... yes, thank you for your suggestion, because at that time i can no create the database through Build_Trinotate_Boilerplate_SQLite_db.pl, so i built it by myself and it still did not work and finally i change the version of perl and it works. ...
written 3 months ago by biologo10
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Trinotate error DBD::SQLite::db do failed: no such table:
... hello: Dear all, i am doing the genome annotation now, and we have RNA-seq data, so i did the trinity assembly, and use Trinotate do the annotation, but after i generate several results and need to import into Trinotate.sqlite, i got the error. that is my code: Trinotate ./Trinotate.sqlite init --g ...
rna-seq written 3 months ago by biologo10 • updated 3 months ago by Santiago Montero-Mendieta70
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Comment: C: HT-seq error and empty result
... finally, i find what's wrong, cause on the processing of clean_data, i use the single-end way, which cause the unpaired reads. thank you for your precious time. ...
written 7 months ago by biologo10

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