User: Dineshkumar K

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Comment: C: How to specify/calculate subject coverage of the alignment (alignment of query[p
... I mean to say that, 66 amino acid sequences has been matched with 198 nucleotide sequence including gaps. In this case how could I calculate my query percentage? I have another doubt, what is the meaning reference to the query (As you mentioned in your earlier reply). ...
written 8 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to specify/calculate subject coverage of the alignment (alignment of query[p
... Thank you healey for your clarification. However, I do not know how to move further in this cause. ...
written 8 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to specify/calculate subject coverage of the alignment (alignment of query[p
... Dear sterck, I feel qcovs is not useful in this regard. Suppose I have a query (Protein sequence) length 66 (total query sequence length is 300) and my subject hit (includes gaps) length is 198 (total subject length is 1200), like this if i calculate it takes much time to finish and also its error p ...
written 8 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to specify/calculate subject coverage of the alignment (alignment of query[p
... Dear healey, As you said I can do it. But I have plenty of out put to be calculated. Please suggest me any easy way to do the same. ...
written 8 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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How to specify/calculate subject coverage of the alignment (alignment of query[protein sequence] and subject[Nucleotide sequence]) in tBLASTn?
... I have been extracting the homologous virulence gene sequences from my genome of interest by doing tBLASTn, wherein I have to specify two mandatory parameters, Coverage = 40% and Percentage of identity = 70% Percentage of identity can be specified/derived from the tabular out put format (-out ...
bioinformatics alignment tblastn blast written 9 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to extract a entire row based on a single key word from a csv or excel file?
... Thank you Jflopezfernandez for your detailed answer. However, it prints all the occurrence of the key word. I need to extract only first occurrence of the key word from the excel file. If I pipe "head -1 command" which prints the first occurrence of the first keyword only. ...
written 10 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to extract a entire row based on a single key word from a csv or excel file?
... Dear jflopezfernandez, I have three key words and tried the command line as given below grep -e 'avrbs3/avrbs2/xop' ./119.csv | head -1 > 119single.csv But, I could not get the result. Since it works for single string very well. Please help me to do the same for multiple strings ...
written 11 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to extract a entire row based on a single key word from a csv or excel file?
... Dear healey, Its not a bioinformatic analysis, however this kind of data mining has the important role in bioinformatics analysis. I am new to this community and this field as well, that is why I was not aware of this community main focus topics. If you feel that, my question distracting the focus o ...
written 11 days ago by Dineshkumar K10
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Comment: C: How to extract a entire row based on a single key word from a csv or excel file?
... Dear Jflopezfernandez, Thank you for your help, It works for single string, but how to to do the same for multiple strings. ...
written 11 days ago by Dineshkumar K10

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