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How to generate ultrametric phylogenetic trees?

I have generated rooted species tree with 1000 bootstraps by RAxML. Further, I need to generate ultrametric tree for the same. Therefore, Please suggest me how to generate ultrametric tree from the ...
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Moving file based on their names

I have a list of vcf files; I also have a list of names in a txt file like LP6005409-DNA_F01 LP2000325-DNA_A01 LP6005409-DNA_E02 LP6005500-DNA_C03 What I have in ...
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Looping over several files in bash

I have a bash script: I am wondering how I can change this script to loop over a bunch of .vcf files and give output .txt with the name of corresponding .vcf I tried changes done in similar script ...
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Changing this code in a way to work for my files

I have a bash script which extracts some information from a .vcf file but one .vcf file at each time. How I can change this script in a way to work on a bunch of .vcf files and the output is a .txt ...
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TBLASTN error: Too many positional arguments

I was running tblastn using standalone blast2.9.0+ through Ubuntu Linux, to get the alignment result of a list of protein sequences for same species, against its complete genome file. The command I ...
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How I can run this code on my files?

I am annotating some .txt files by Annovar software by this code ...
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How can I run a command for multiple files?

I have a bunch of .vcf files in a folder and I want to run command below on all of them but doing that one by one manually is really painful. I am seeking for a way ...
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How to convert mzXML to mzML format (mass spectrometry files)?

How to convert mzXML to mzML format (mass spectrometry files) preferably under Linux and/or Python?
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How I can change the name of multiple files at once in R or terminal?

I have 200 .vcf files in a folder with long names like LP6005409-DNA_E03_vs_LP6005408-DNA_E03.snp.pass.vcf How can I change the name of each file to, for ...
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Replacing some strings in R or terminal

I have a .txt file; I have 139 unique sample IDs in sampleID column ...
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How to download FASTA sequences from NCBI using the terminal?

I have following accession numbers of the 10 chromosomes of Theobroma cacao genome. ...
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“perl: warning: Setting locale failed.” in RepeatMasker

I'm trying to run Repeatmasker in Linux on the command line with: ...
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processing fastq files using cellranger on linux

I am trying to perform a cellranger count on fastq files generated from a 10x genomics single cell RNA Seq run. Just to provide some background, I ssh’d into the AWS using our AWS IP with MobaXTerm ...
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Installing DESeq2 in Ubuntu

I am trying to install DESeq2 in my Ubuntu with R version 3.5.1. According to the package repository in Bioconductor the version should be 3.5. ...
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Error in installing Vep

I am trying to installing Vep on Linux but an error is permanent ...
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How to run same command on multiple files?

Hi im doing Variant calling on fastq files for which i have 4000 fq files and the variant calling are done in different 9 steps. Each step generate different files that are output to next steps. So ...
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Downloading multiple SRA files from several SRA accession IDs does not work

I am trying to download multiple SRA files located in several SRA accessions. Some of my accession numbers are as follows: ...
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finding unique headers in a fasta file using linux command line

I tried to use the following command uniq -u reference.fasta >> reference_uniq.fasta I'd like a count of the unique headers.
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How to get the product of a CDS

I need the name of the protein in /product="protein_name" using bash commands. Beware, there is a lot of whitespace between lines. ...
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How do I filter a GFF file by gene type?

I have a file with following information: ...
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Script to run everything in a loop for extracting tar.gz files into fastq and to bam with alignment?

Original tar.gz files look like below: ...
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Installing Rostlab's PredictProtein

I am trying to install Rostlab's PredictProtein in a Virtual Machine as detailed here https://rostlab.org/owiki/index.php/How_to_Run_The_PredictProtein_Machine_Image_with_VirtualBox: Download ...
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Why is my STAR reference genome indexing aborting on my GNU/Linux server but not on my Mac OS X laptop?

I am running the following command to index my genome: ...
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Unable to Install PGDSpider using Ubuntu and wine

I'm running wine v 2.0.3 using ubuntu v. 16.04.2 on a Mac. I'm trying to install a program called PGDSpider2 from here. Essentially the program is supposed to convert different file formats used for ...
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How to submit a canu job on LSF high-performance computing cluster farm?

I am currently running canu on an LSF Linux server using the following script called assemble.sh: ...
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What are the available cloud computing services for bioinformatics? [closed]

I'm looking for cloud computing services that can be used for doing bioinformatics. An example I found is InsideDNA and there is Amazon of course. A little description of these would be appreciated.
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How to extract exome on-target reads in batch?

I was given a list of target regions in BED and many exome alignments in BAM. I was asked to extract on-target alignments from these BAMs to save disk space. I know I can use bedtools to extract sub-...
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Using shells other than bash

As someone who's beginning to delve into bioinformatics, I'm noticing that like biology there are industry standards here, similar to Illumina in genomics and bowtie for alignment, many people use ...
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Parallel processing of scripts that use obitools

I have an obitools script (de Barba et al. 2016) that I would like to run faster. How would you run it in parallel to cut down on time? ...