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Old 01-30-2017, 05:55 AM   #1
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Hi all,

Could someone kindly help me.

Does conversion of .fasta.gz after unzipping to.fsa, require a conversion by software or just a manual rename of end format?


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If .fsa is still referring to fasta format then a manual rename of the file may be all you need.

But if your .fsa files are from genotyping then you may need other software to use/analyze them.
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Hi Genomax,

Thank you for the reply and my apologies for what was aa badly worded and punctuated question.

I have a genome that I have built that is currently in fasta.gz format. I have to submit this genome in .fsa format. The query should have been - If I unzip my fasta.gz genome, can I then simply change .fasta to .fsa manually through a name change?

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If it a matter of requiring .fsa extension on what is otherwise a normal fasta file, then renaming the file will be sufficient.
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Many thanks for such a prompt response.

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