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Comment: C: How do I use Glimmer 3.02?
... Ok, thanks for the help so far. Will take a look at the tutorial. I am trying to replicate methods for gene prediction and functional annotation in this paper: http://aem.asm.org/content/82/24/7063.full ...
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Comment: C: How do I use Glimmer 3.02?
... Yes, I get a whole bunch of unix executable files in the 'bin' folder. However, when I open them, all I get is a terminal window in which I can't type anything. screenshot of the terminal window after opening Glimmer: https://ibb.co/hLsbSx ...
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Comment: C: How do I use Glimmer 3.02?
... I downloaded Glimmer from https://ccb.jhu.edu/software/glimmer/ onto my mac and followed the installation instructions. Is that correct? ...
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Comment: C: How do I use Glimmer 3.02?
... OK, thanks a lot. I will work through it. Just to check am i supposed to be working through the terminal window that opens when I open build-icm? Cos I can't seem to type anything on the terminal. ...
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Comment: C: How do I use Glimmer 3.02?
... Hi genomax, thanks for the reply. I've read the document and got up to the installation bit but can't understand how to run it. For the first step - building the ICM - how do I get those sequences and how do I input it into the program? Also, not sure if the issue is because I am using a mac and it ...
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How do I use Glimmer 3.02?
... Sorry, this is a really basic question. I've downloaded Glimmer 3.02 and installed it according to the instructions found in the notes but have no idea how to input my gene sequence into the software or how to use it all for that matter. Hope someone can help. ...
sequencing written 3 months ago by nattzy9410
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Comment: C: How to compare the similarity of a dataset against a larger dataset and plot a h
... Thanks for the replies! My data is in a single column and contains information about types of SNPs in the format Chr1_Pos_A_T for example. This is all stored in a single column in a text file. ...
written 10 months ago by nattzy9410
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Comment: C: How to compare the similarity of a dataset against a larger dataset and plot a h
... Thanks for the reply! My data is in a single column and contains information about types of SNPs in the format Chr1_Pos_A_T for example. This is all stored in a single column in a text file. ...
written 10 months ago by nattzy9410
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How to compare the similarity of a dataset against a larger dataset and plot a heat map?
... I have datasets containing mutations for 26 samples (so 26 different sets of data) and I want to compare how similar they are to themselves. So for example, I would like to compare how Sample 1 is similar to Sample 1 to 26 for each of the 26 samples. At the end, I hope to get something like a heat m ...
R heat map written 10 months ago by nattzy9410 • updated 10 months ago by Bioaln270
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"Error: 1: Space required after the Public Identifier 2: SystemLiteral " or ' expected" when running PubMedWorcloud
... I am using an R package called 'PubMedWordcloud' and I get the following error when I try to retrieve the abstracts of a large number of PMIDs (Pubmed IDs): > pmids <- getPMIDsByKeyWords(keys="candida albicans", n=3000) > abstracts=getAbstracts(pmids) Space required after the ...
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