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telatin/README.md

Hello! 👋

I'm a bioinformatician working on microbial (meta)genomics 🧬

📦 Some tools are available via Bioconda :

🧬 🚀 seqfu ⛰️ bamtocov 🖌️ dadaist2 🛠️ qax
Fast toolkit for FASTX manipulation and inspection to extract coverage tracks from BAM files to analyze 16s/ITS from reads to R utilities for Qiime2 artifacts

📖 I use GitHub also for training material

📓 microbiome bioinformatics 🧔 Personal website 💻 bash training 🎥 Companion videos
Some tutorials A small blog Toy files to practice Bash A Youtube channel

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  1. seqfu2 Public

    🚀 seqfu - Sequece Fastx Utilities

    Nim 68 3

  2. covtobed Public

    covtobed | Convert the coverage track from a BAM file into a BED file

    C++ 36 3

  3. bamtocov Public

    🏔 coverage extraction from BAM/CRAM files, supporting targets 📊  

    Nim 43 4

  4. gan Public

    📜 the Great Automatic Nomenclator — The Next Million Names for Archaea and Bacteria

    Python 22 5

  5. learn_bash Public

    Toy files and training material to introduce Linux to molecular biologists

    Perl 5 2

  6. A simple DSL2 workflow: tutorial

    Nextflow 52 5

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Created a pull request in pachterlab/ffq that received 3 comments

nextflow pipeline using ffq to download reads

I see from the other examples you are focussing on bash oneliners, but if you also want to showcase a pipeline only requiring docker/nextflow to op…

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