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Making BUSCO HMMs useable in Anvi'o
Clone the repo or download the script directly.
Then, simply run the bash script with a URL for one of the BUSCO datasets, e.g.
bash ./busco_hmms_to_anvio.sh -u https://busco.ezlab.org/datasets/eukaryota_odb9.tar.gz
or, if you have already downloaded the dataset, run it like this:
bash ./busco_hmms_to_anvio.sh -f fungi_odb9.tar.gz
The output can then be found in the local directory as "dbname_anvio", e.g. 'eukaryota_anvio".
Currently, you will have to edit:
- "kind.txt" and change it to bacteria, if you have downloaded the bacterial dataset
- "noise_cutoff_terms.txt" if you want a value other than '1e-25"