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Comment: C: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
... Hi, thank you very much. I have no experience with R but will try to make it work. So far, I haven't tested it yet. ...
written 9 months ago by jan0
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Comment: C: How to concatenate multiple fasta file
... Is it also possible with SeqKit to concatenate based on the acc. number but keep (print) all the full names of the concatenated genes? E.g., AYX1000_SSU_gene & AYX1000_LSU_gene to: AYX1000_SSU_geneAYX1000_LSU_gene ...
written 9 months ago by jan0
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Comment: C: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
... No, not the same line. The headers are "connected" by identical names in the reference file. ...
written 9 months ago by jan0
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Comment: C: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
... Yes, the names differ a lot, so it needs to work with the reference list. ...
written 9 months ago by jan0
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Comment: C: Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference lis
... The input files are trimmed alignments, so the length is defined. As for the tool, python, perl or awk would be perfect. ...
written 9 months ago by jan0
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Concatenation of sequences (fasta) with different headers based on reference list
... Hello, I have two fasta files (trimmed alignments) and need to concatenate sequences from both of them. The headers of the sequences are NOT identical. The concatenation should be done according to a provided reference list. Any recommendations? Many thanks in advance! Fasta file_1: >Ap ...
sequence alignment written 9 months ago by jan0 • updated 9 months ago by gabrit90
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Comment: C: How to concatenate multiple fasta file
... Great, thank you very much! ...
written 10 months ago by jan0
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Comment: C: How to concatenate multiple fasta file
... @[shenwei356][1] My question is related to the one above (@[fec2][2]) but the headers are a bit more problematic. Is there a way to concatenate with SeqKit by taking into account only a part of the header (in this case, the acc. number)? The gene sequences are in different files. Thank you! ``` > ...
written 10 months ago by jan0 • updated 10 months ago by shenwei3565.2k
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Comment: C: Fast site removal
... No, this is very cumbersome as I would have to find all the different thresholds to use by myself etc. Anyway, thanks for your suggestions. ...
written 2.2 years ago by jan0
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Comment: C: Fast site removal
... Thanks, but how is this removing sites from the alignment? ...
written 2.2 years ago by jan0

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