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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... BLAST results are in .csv format (-outfmt 10). I blasted against database I created with `makeblastdb` using one of the fasta files from CARD (https://card.mcmaster.ca/download) ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... What tool would you recommend for good speed? ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... count antibiotic resistance genes ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... It is metagenomic sequencing (DNA from environmental samples). ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... I first used MEGAHIT to assemble the raw reads and then used BLAST with assembled contigs as the query. ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... Yes, the raw reads are from HiSeq (2x125bp PE) ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Normalizing BLAST results
... I am looking to compare gene counts between samples. EDIT: I can't add more replies anymore so I will edit the question itself to reply. ...
written 23 months ago by db0
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Normalizing BLAST results
... I have run blast on assembled contigs (results of MEGAHIT) and obtained the output for 5 different samples. But I am not sure how I should normalize the output for comparing the five samples? Should I normalize it using the number of reads in the original raw sequences? To provide more information: ...
blast written 23 months ago by db0 • updated 22 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Analyzing uploaded metagenomes (MG-RAST) through commandline
... Is there a way to run analysis on data that has been uploaded to MG-RAST from command line. Say I want to analyze the 40 metagenomes against the `RefSeq` database. I have about 40 samples and when I run analysis using the browser, it takes too long and the computer crashes. ...
mgrast written 23 months ago by db0
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Comment: C: Use jellyfish with paired end sequencing data
... Thanks you very much! ...
written 24 months ago by db0

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