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Old 11-15-2012, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default glimmer3 output

Currently I am setting up DIYA and I experienced some small problems with glimmer. I managed to install tigr-glimmer on ubuntu 12.10. Currently using g3-from-scratch.diya.csh to find ORF and now I am planning to identify them.

The question is, as I end up with a bunch of files I assume that I need *.detail or *.predict. Is there a way that glimmer can export the fasta input file as something like a genbank file? That I can run analysis applications on the gbk?

Maybe it is just to early...

tigr-glimmer extract 007/007.fasta.convert 007/008.predict

Creates a nice mFASTA file

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