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  1. A shell wrapper to split an input large FASTA file and then execute NCBI BLAST or HMMscan in parallel

    Shell 2 1

  2. A python script used to extract specific sequences from a fasta file based on ID or keyword

    Python

  3. Bioinformatics Pipeline Documentation Template

    TeX 1

  4. A shiny server to deliver apps to retrieve annotated transcriptome data stored in Trinotate db

    R

  5. Filter SSR sites and design primers with Primer3 in R

    R

  6. Fetch, anlyze and plot geneset enrichment analysis (GSEA) of GO and COG annotations from Trinotate database.

    R

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July 2019

Created a pull request in amandamiotto/INTRO_HPC that received 1 comment

Update job array flag and variable

The flag to specify job arrays was changed quite a few releases ago from -t to -J and the environmental variable for each subjob is now PBS_ARRAY_I…

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Created an issue in tseemann/snippy that received 1 comment

Is it possible to provide more than one forward and one reverse read files for each sample?

Hi @tseemann, In the documentation for snippy-multi you provide an example of multiple read files for the same sample (Isolate1, Isolate1b, Isolate…

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