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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... Ok I got it. And is there is a file where the output is stored? I can't find it. ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... You meant "0% contamination" no? ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... I only shew you the head of the output. I got some other lineages : UniRef90_65 p__Proteobacteria (UID3880) 1495 261 164 188 60 13 0 0 0 27.85 5.12 38.46 UniRef90_71 p__Euryarchaeota (UID3 ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... I only need to add the `-g` option to work on proteic sequences. ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... The `-g` option worked. Thanks. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bin Id Marker lineage # genomes # markers # mark ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... I checked the documentation about this package and I think I did good ... My files are in the good format and the command line I used looks good. ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Problem to run checkm.
... Yes I tried but I always get the same results.. I don't understand why ...
written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90
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Problem to run checkm.
... Hello, I have several files which contain proteic fasta sequences. Each file correspond to a cluster of genes. UniRef90_100.fasta UniRef90_101.fasta UniRef90_102.fasta UniRef90_103.fasta UniRef90_104.fasta UniRef90_105.fasta UniRef90_10.fasta UniRef90_11.fasta U ...
fasta contamination checkm written 29 days ago by vincentpailler90 • updated 29 days ago by Asaf6.1k
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Comment: C: Community detection in R thanks to the igraph package
... Thanks for your reply. The biggest component I get is always the first one (whatever the dataset I import) . So I am going to apply clustering on this one. I use : `genomes<-split(names(V(g)), components(g)$membership)` , and I extract the first component with `big_one<-genomes[[1]]` . Is th ...
written 5 weeks ago by vincentpailler90
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Comment: C: Community detection in R thanks to the igraph package
... Could the connected components (subgraph) of the graph give me back reconstructed genomes ? In your opinion, I should first extract each subgraph, and then, apply clustering algorithms on each of them in order to "improve" the exactness of the reconstructed genomes? ...
written 5 weeks ago by vincentpailler90

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