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Removal of primers from matched sequences
... I have a list of two matched sequences: [[('---------------C----C---GT----GTR-GGK---AC-TGM-GGA-GGW--CATTGTCGAA-CATGCCCGACAGAGCGACCCGCGAACACGTTACAAACACTACGCGGGGTGGCCCCGGCTGCCTCGCGCGGAGGTGCTGCGGCTGAGTGCGCAAACTAGCTGCGCGCACGCTGTCCGTGCCACCTCCACTAACAGAACCCCGGCGCGGACTGCGCCAAGGAATAAAAAACGAATGAGAGCGAGCG ...
biopython written 6 days ago by adrian18_070
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How to index SeqRecord objects in the list?
... I would like to get a list of indexes for SeqRecords that are in list f. I tried this: for x in f: ind = f.index(x) print(ind) But I get the error: 0 Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Users\...", line 43, in ind = f.index(x) File "C:\Users\...\ ...
biopython index written 5 weeks ago by adrian18_070 • updated 4 weeks ago by Joe17k
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Comment: C: Pairwise2 for seq_record in list
... After entering this code: for item in f: seq1 = item.seq ind = f.index(item) print(ind) I get it: 0 Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Users\Adrian\Desktop\Sekwencje\skrypt 1.py", line 44, in ind = f.index(item) File "C:\Users\Adrian\anaconda3\lib\ ...
written 5 weeks ago by adrian18_070
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Comment: C: Pairwise2 for seq_record in list
... I get an error on the line: `ind = list_1.index(item)`. **NotImplementedError:** SeqRecord comparison is deliberately not implemented. Explicitly compare the attributes of interest. ...
written 5 weeks ago by adrian18_070
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Pairwise2 for seq_record in list
... I would like to do global matching of two sequences. I have seq_record objects in two lists. I would like to match the sequence of the first record in one list with the first record in the second list. And then two out of two, three out of three etc. in a loop. Here is the content of my first list: ...
pairwise2 biopython written 5 weeks ago by adrian18_070 • updated 5 weeks ago by RamRS27k

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