User: Heather Ward
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I am a bioinformatician at DNAstack, a Toronto-based genomics company. I write workflows using the Workflow Description Language (WDL) that execute in the Cloud.
My background is in biochemistry and evolutionary genetics.
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... Yes, this would work, however it's generally bad practice because doing this will destroy your input file. It would be best to save your output as a new file in case something goes wrong in your program and your output isn't what you'd expect. For example, imagine in the codeblock you posted there ...
... It may be that your files don't have the type of reads that ```best``` extracts. Have you tried using some of the other types, for example ```2D```, or no type at all? If that outputs something, it's likely that your file doesn't have any reads that match the type ```best```, which doesn't seem to m ...
... You've got some problems in there - for example, ```seq = np.asarray(list(data))``` seq is only going to contain the last line of the fasta file, not every sequence. Try going back through your code line by line and think about what the data variable gets filled with during each iteration, and why t ...
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