User: Vang

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Comment: C: Bash Script To Filter Blast Xml Output
... @Pierre, That is what I am trying to do. It is just one step further after xsltproc command: To make it more flexible with runtime parameters instead of diving into the XSL file and edit it every time users want to run similar jobs. ...
written 8.6 years ago by Vang10
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Comment: C: Bash Script To Filter Blast Xml Output
... Thank you very much, Chris Maloney! You are my teacher :-) While other suggestions are not very accessible for my cloudy head, you cleared everything and let me see the light :-) I have never looked close to XML file as this time. And with a lot of things around, I got lost. I manually copied and e ...
written 8.6 years ago by Vang10
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Comment: C: Bash Script To Filter Blast Xml Output
... @maasha, could you be more specific of which solutions? I've been searching long before I was persuaded to put up this question myself. BioPerl does not support parse BLAST result and output XML file. I couldn't make XML::Simple and XML::Twig work. What I am trying to do is not pure bash, it actuall ...
written 8.6 years ago by Vang10
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Bash Script To Filter Blast Xml Output
... I have read the instruction here: XSLT stylesheet to filter blast xml output And here: How to filter a blast xml output ? and I came up with this script: #!/bin/sh # # filterblastxml.sh : Script to filter blast XML output by evalue # Usage: filterblastxml.sh <blastxmlfile> <gt|lt> ...
filter xml blast bash written 8.7 years ago by Vang10 • updated 8.7 years ago by Chris Maloney330

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