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Comment: C: Simple visual output of Pairwise Sequence alignment
... ![Aligned Sequence Image][1] [1]: https://image.ibb.co/nBUJG8/seq_align_PIL.png ...
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Comment: C: Simple visual output of Pairwise Sequence alignment
... Thank you, I'll definitely take a look at your program! ...
written 10 months ago by chelseakarasawyer20
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Answer: A: Simple visual output of Pairwise Sequence alignment
... I have come up with a simple solution using PIL. This uses the aligned sequences in one FastA file. from PIL import Image, ImageDraw from Bio import SeqIO from operator import itemgetter from itertools import groupby def diff(a, b): index_list = [] for inde ...
written 10 months ago by chelseakarasawyer20
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Comment: C: Simple visual output of Pairwise Sequence alignment
... Since the plasmid genomes were so short I used Clustal Omega but EMBOSS sounds like it would be better. I will try that, thanks! ...
written 10 months ago by chelseakarasawyer20
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Simple visual output of Pairwise Sequence alignment
... I am writing a program in Python that uses BWA aligner to map reads to a reference plasmid genome which then outputs a consensus file and aligned against the reference genome using Clustal Omega. I would like to output an easy to visualise graphic of the alignment that is similar to the bottom align ...
pairwise python alignment visualisation sequence written 10 months ago by chelseakarasawyer20 • updated 9 months ago by gb610

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