User: Fido

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Fido10
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I am a Bioinformatics student, quite new in the field.

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Comment: C: Python Script to map reads to reference sequence
... @jrj.healey use native python functions. The reads/sequences are a million bases. ...
written 28 days ago by Fido10
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Comment: C: Python Script to map reads to reference sequence
... @flogin Am asked to use code and not any program. Am an informal student who wants to join bioinformatics. I work in a Wet Lab so the technician who is helping me with coding asked me that. ...
written 28 days ago by Fido10
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Comment: C: Python Script to map reads to reference sequence
... @genomax, I am supposed to use the code to do the actual mapping and not as a wrapper. In simple terms, am given three sequences which I am asked to map to a reference sequence that L2_cat.fasta (this is the name of the file that contains the reference sequence). I tried to find out from Python prog ...
written 28 days ago by Fido10
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Comment: C: Python Script to map reads to reference sequence
... It was given as a tool to make me research. I am not in a formal school, I am learning with the intent to join Bioinformatics. I am a Wet Lab Technician. ...
written 28 days ago by Fido10
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Python Script to map reads to reference sequence
... I have sequence reads 1, 2 and 3. I want to map them to a reference sequence L2_cat.fasta. I must use a python script to iteratively map those reads to the reference sequence. I have used programs to map sequences before but am not conversant with writing python script though I have basic knowledge ...
python sequence mapping reference sequence script written 28 days ago by Fido10

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