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  • Update the gene '''xfile''': change the name symbol to '''x-file''' and retrieve the changed record. Regenerate the report from Problem 1. T symbol: x-file
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  • ** db=short symbolic name of datasource (MOD), used to look up conf file ** Sequence feature apps should read/write GenBank & EMBL formats (BioPerl and BioJava handle this). GFF? GTF? BED? GAME? BSML? TIGR add BSML
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  • File:Cmap_sample1.jpg File:Cmap_sample2.jpg
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  • [[File:Flash gviewer title.jpg|center|Flash GViewer Logo]] ...ckwaveFlash&promoid=BIOW here]. To edit the source code (the <tt>.fla</tt> file in [[SVN]]) and publish modified versions of the <tt>.swf</tt> requires Mac
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  • * Annotations can come from a static XML file or can be dynamically generated by a server-side script ...cript that retrieves the data from a database. Details of the various file formats are given below.
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  • * Supports third party annotation using [[GFF]] formats. ...ns|plug-in]] architecture (e.g. run [[wp:BLAST|BLAST]], dump & import many formats, find oligonucleotides, [[PrimerDesigner.pm|design primers]], create restri
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  • * DNA files (full chromosomes) in raw and fasta formats * Gene Ontology association file
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  • | install = See the INSTALL file in the [http://sourceforge.net/projects/gmod/files/blastGraphic/ blastGraph | input = <!-- input formats -->
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  • ...from other MODs in terms of data models, user interfaces and data exchange formats. As a result, the research community has to struggle to adjust to new user ...s. Compute interoperability allows software to communicate via shared file formats, transport protocols and database schemas. Both types of interoperability a
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  • ** flexible configuration of data output formats ...eports and instead expect users to parse information from current, defined formats (which can vary wildly between databases). Some MODs (e.g. FlyMine) allow
    18 KB (2,786 words) - 17:34, 31 January 2008
  • * XORT exchanges data between XML file and database. XORT is generic * GenBank flat-file format to chadoXML converter (Peili Zhang, Chris
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  • ...|database]]. This does not have to be a relational database; it could be a file or a set of files with or without some kind of index. There's a lot of flex ...e application and translates them to database queries, then receives data, formats it, and sends it back to the application. This piece of software can be tho
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  • .... In our view these two formats are complementary. Conversions between the formats should be trivial. ...library and follow the instructions in the <code>chaos-xml/INSTALL</code> file.
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  • formats. ...The basic state is that users parse information from a given MOD's defined formats (which tend to vary between MODs). Some MODs (e.g. FlyMine, FlyBase) allow
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  • sh: line 1: ./Build: No such file or directory make images (generates images of the schema in several formats)
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  • ;<nowiki>Bio::SCF File::Temp</nowiki> io-lib(v1.7+) This will give you a .tar.gz file, which must be uncompressed and unpacked. Then run the following commands
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  • ...e organism-specific webstart build of Apollo and an accompanying ant build file for repeating the build. ** Chado2Wiki worked via dumps to intermediate flatfile formats
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  • ...omputer parsable data URL, with no guesswork on spelling, and defined data formats. | Returns a FASTA file containing big DNA fragments (e.g. chromosomes). MIME type is application/x
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  • ...f hashes: Bio::SeqFeature::Slim. This is 70% faster for reading a [[GFF]] file. Bio::Feature::IO only supports [[GFF3]]. It is slow, uses heavy objects, * Couple XML response to URL request formats.
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  • ...and analyses. The customers generally have genome data in hand, in common formats of which Fasta (sequence) and [[GFF]] (annotation) are most common. Custom ...LuceGene Lucegene] : Bio-data indexer that understands various genome data formats, now in use for grid data splitting. Lucene/Lucegene are in java. Advantan
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  • N-Browse version 2 can save/export data in a variety of formats. Please visit [http://www.gnetbrowse.org N-Browse] for more information. === N-Browse Version 1 Source Code Download (tar.gz file) ===
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  • [[File:InterMineLogo.png|link=http://www.intermine.org/wiki/NowHiring|180px|right| ...a warehouses of biological data. It can integrate data from many different formats into a central database and makes the data available to query via a flexibl
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  • [[File:InterMineLogo.png|link=http://www.biomed.cam.ac.uk/gradschool/skills/interm ...e] for examples. InterMine can integrate data from many common biological formats and is easy to extend to include your own data. Parsers are included to loa
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  • ...after the initial hurdles of learning about configuration options and file formats are overcome. This talk is intended to introduce the more advanced features
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  • [[File:web_apollo_demo_login_page_with_credentials_2014.jpg|WebApollo login page|c [[File:web_apollo_select_refseq_2014.jpg|WebApollo reference sequence selection|ce
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  • ...[GFF]]''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for '''''G'''eneric '''F'''eature '''F'''ormat''. GFF files a ...to as GFF2.5. GTF is not a supported format in GMOD so if you have a GTF file you'll need to convert it to [[#GFF3|GFF3]].
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  • <div class="guideline">When uploading a file, please give the file a meaningful '''Destination filename'''.</div> ...n the file is. Therefore the filename should describe the contents of the file.
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  • [[File:Das_logo_64x64.jpg|right|link=http://www.biodas.org/|Distributed Annotation * Couple XML response to URL request formats.
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  • | [http://genome.ucsc.edu/FAQ/FAQformat.html UCSC Formats] | [http://genome.ucsc.edu/FAQ/FAQformat.html UCSC Formats]
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  • ; [[CMapDumper.pm]] : Dumps a tab delimited file that can be read by CMap. ; [[ProteinDumper.pm]] : Dumps translated protein sequences in various formats.
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  • <br>[[File:Aug2009MeetingPhoto.JPG|August 2009 GMOD Meeting]] | [[File:GMOD2009Europe300.png|link=GMOD Europe 2009|GMOD Europe 2009]]
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  • ...ata. After loading, access and rendered performace is equal for all three formats. * Some aspects of the data display can be controlled in the wiggle file
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  • [[File:Aug2009MeetingPhoto.JPG|link=August 2009 GMOD Meeting|right|August 2009 GMO ...Sequence alignment/map format (SAM) and SAMtools|SAM and SAMtools]]: file formats and programs for compact representation of [[Next Generation Sequencing]] d
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  • | [[File:Paglogo.gif|link=http://www.intl-pag.org/|PAG 2009]] * download the zip file and double-click to unpack
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  • | valign="center" |[[File:SanDiegoConvention.gif|link=http://www.sandiego.org/nav/Visitors|San Diego [[File:Jan2009Meeting.JPG|center|Jan 2009 Meeting]]
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  • The sample below is in CLUSTALW format. Other formats are also supported (see below). ==Note on formats==
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  • '''GFF''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for ''Generic Feature Format''. GFF files are plain text, 9 c Finally, ''[[#GTF|GTF]]'' is another file format that is very similar to GFF and is sometimes referred to as GFF2.5.
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  • '''GFF''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for ''Generic Feature Format''. GFF files are plain text, 9 c Finally, ''[[#GTF|GTF]]'' is another file format that is very similar to GFF and is sometimes referred to as GFF2.5.
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  • [http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/formats/GFF/GFF_Spec.shtml GFF2] is a supported format in GMOD, '''but it is now de The GFF file format stands for "Gene Finding Format" or or "General Feature Format" and
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  • ...ls.sourceforge.net SAMtools], a platform agnostic set of programs and file formats for efficiently storing and retrieving short read data.
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  • | [[File:Ba2009.png|450px|link=http://www.ausbiotech2009.com.au/bia/bia-home|Bioinfo : The presentation slides are available in two formats. The PowerPoint contains a few useful animations.
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  • [[File:Jbrowse_arch.png|600px]] Starting config file:
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  • ...after the initial hurdles of learning about configuration options and file formats are overcome. This class is intended to help them over those hurdles. * The Data File
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  • [[File:ApolloLogo.png|thumb|180px|[[Apollo]]'s new logo, designed by [[Spring 2010 [[File:RedFlyLogo.png|thumb|150px|[http://redfly.ccr.buffalo.edu/ REDFly's] new lo
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  • ...alignment database from a multiple sequence alignment file. A variety of formats are supported, including [http://www.bioperl.org/wiki/FASTA_multiple_alignm ...enome alignments but a number of other applications can emit or read these formats.
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  • ===The alignment data file=== ...used to process these data will recognize clustalw and other commonly used formats recognized by BioPerl's [http://search.cpan.org/~birney/bioperl-1.2.3/Bio/A
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  • | [[File:ABRF2010Header.jpg|center|600px|link=http://www.abrf2010.org/|ABRF 2010]] ...that the browser knows about. Make sure that the first column of your GFF file says NC_003070.9
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  • | rowspan="2" | [[File:GMOD2010Europe300.png|center|220px]] [[File:Sept2010MtgLogo300.png|150px|link=September 2010 GMOD Meeting|September 201
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  • | rowspan="1" | [[File:Sept2010MtgLogo300.png|250px|center]] ...MOD Meeting</b><br />13-14 September 2010<br />Cambridge, UK <br /><br />[[File:Sept2010Group.jpg|center]]
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  • There are, as yet, no standard flat file formats or loading scripts to load data into this module. Custom scripts will need
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  • | rowspan="1" | [[File:Sept2010MtgLogo300.png|220px|link=September 2010 GMOD Meeting|September 201 <div style="font-size: 220%; line-height: 140%">[[File:InterMineLogo.png|link=InterMine|300px|InterMine]]<br /><br />
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  • ...e] and on the [https://github.com/GMOD/Apollo/blob/master/README.md README file on GitHub]. *Export of annotation tracks as GFF3 and optionally other formats
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  • ...ent the database with their own data as Custom Tracks in a variety of file formats including BAM, SAM, GFF, GFF3, BedLoader, and more. Users can upload data f ...tion is a listing of all the tracks contained within the original uploaded file, along with the options you have to manipulate it, such as deleting it, rem
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  • Do you know of any other genome assembly formats? I guess AGP is BioPerl supports the following assembly formats:
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  • [[File:Annotation-workflow.jpg|center|Annotation workflow]] [[File:Architecture.jpg|Apollo architecture|center]]
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  • | [[File:AGSBug170.png|Arthropod Genomics Symposium||Arthropod Genomics 2011]] *pyu-contig.fasta - a FASTA file containing a 1.7 MB contig
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  • :'''Get Data &rarr; Upload File &rarr; ftp://ftp.gmod.org/pub/gmod/Meetings/2011/AGS/3263.maker.output/3263 :: This uploads the GFF file into Galaxy. It recognizes it as a GFF3 file.
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  • '''GFF''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for ''Generic Feature Format''. GFF files are plain text, 9 c Finally, ''[[#GTF|GTF]]'' is another file format that is very similar to GFF and is sometimes referred to as GFF2.5.
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  • ...the JBrowse directory somewhere in the web-servable part of your server's file system (often <code>/var/www</code> by default) ...user pointing their web browser at the appropriate URL for the index.html file in the JBrowse directory will see the JBrowse interface, including sequence
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  • ...the CMS increases the version level of new updates to an already existing file. Version control is one of the primary advantages of a CMS. ...pal does require command-line access to the web server with adequate local file storage for loading of large data files. Be sure to check with your servic
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  • ...the CMS increases the version level of new updates to an already existing file. Version control is one of the primary advantages of a CMS. ...pal does require command-line access to the web server with adequate local file storage for loading of large data files. Be sure to check with your servic
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  • ...ids_from_fasta.pl</tt> in the same directory which will go through a FASTA file and extract all the ids from the deflines. Let’s first create the list o We need to deploy the WAR file in the war directory from the unpacked tarball.
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  • File:Cmap_sample1.jpg File:Cmap_sample2.jpg
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  • '''GFF''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for ''Generic Feature Format''. GFF files are plain text, 9 c Finally, [[#GTF|GTF]] is another file format that is very similar to GFF and is sometimes referred to as GFF2.5.
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  • * Creates initial configuration files, including the main file <tt>universe_wsgi.ini</tt>, and empty directories for storing data files ...e are many ways to do this, but the simplest is by uploading or fetching a file.
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  • ...ult, but this location can be configured in the <tt>universe_wsgi.ini</tt> file: ...xist in the previously specified folder. The contents of the <tt>.len</tt> file is tab-delimited and specifies the length of each chrom/contig of that buil
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  • ...ids_from_fasta.pl</tt> in the same directory which will go through a FASTA file and extract all the ids from the deflines. Let’s first create the list o We need to deploy the WAR file in the war directory from the unpacked tarball.
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  • ...tureCoverage track type that generates a depth-of-coverage plot from a BAM file (or from any other source of feature data). Many thanks to Thomas Down and ...ng sequence and annotation data in FASTA, GFF3, bed, bedGraph, and Wiggle formats. Just turn on the track of interest and click on its track label to bring
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  • that generates a depth-of-coverage plot from a BAM file (or from any other source of feature data). Many thanks to Thomas Down and ...ng sequence and annotation data in FASTA, GFF3, bed, bedGraph, and Wiggle formats. Just turn on the track of interest and click on its track label to bring
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  • * Supports third party annotation using [[GFF]] formats. ...ns|plug-in]] architecture (e.g. run [[wp:BLAST|BLAST]], dump & import many formats, find oligonucleotides, [[PrimerDesigner.pm|design primers]], create restri
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  • * [[File:XORTSpecification_0.pdf|XORT Specification]] | formats =
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  • | doc = Documentation is provided in the README file in the [http://sourceforge.net/projects/gmod/files/GOView/ GO Graphic Viewe | input = <!-- input formats -->
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  • ...our own [[Chado]] instance) to even creating new adapters to read new data formats or schemas. ...that our [[Chado]] connectivity is working. Let's save our work using '''File &rarr; Save as...'''.
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  • ...t>. However, if the file already exists, it will use the already existing file. and save the file.
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  • '''GFF''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for ''Generic Feature Format''. GFF files are plain text, 9 c Finally, ''[[#GTF|GTF]]'' is another file format that is very similar to GFF and is sometimes referred to as GFF2.5.
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  • [[File:MineManager-welcome.png]] [[File:MineManager-minesettings-info.png]]
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  • [[File:TripalLogo.png|250px|right|link=http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24163125 ..., Tripal and its extension modules provided loaders for commonly used file formats such as FASTA, GFF, OBO, GAF, BLAST XML, KEGG heir files and InterProScan X
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  • ...ids_from_fasta.pl</tt> in the same directory which will go through a FASTA file and extract all the ids from the deflines. Let’s first create the list o We need to deploy the WAR file in the war directory from the unpacked tarball.
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  • To setup jbrowse on your server, the basic idea is to download the zip file, drop the files in a folder on a web server, and run the setup.sh script. * downloading the zip file from jbrowse.org, e.g. https://jbrowse.org/releases/JBrowse-1.12.1.zip
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  • data (all subsets of the experiment) in one text file, where... structure of the file in fact is one of the most simple wiggle...
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  • ...eb application for analyzing [[GFF3]] annotations. [[GFF3]] is a standard file format for genomic annotation data. SOBA gathers statistics from GFF3 file ...ider variety of tables, figures and graphs based on the data in a [[GFF3]] file, as well as the ability to produce complex and extensible custom reports vi
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  • ...the CMS increases the version level of new updates to an already existing file. Version control is one of the primary advantages of a CMS. ...pal does require command-line access to the web server with adequate local file storage for loading of large data files. Be sure to check with your servic
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  • ...ids_from_fasta.pl</tt> in the same directory which will go through a FASTA file and extract all the ids from the deflines. Let’s first create the list o We need to deploy the WAR file in the war directory from the unpacked tarball.
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  • '''GFF''' is a standard file format for storing genomic features in a text file. GFF stands for ''Generic Feature Format''. GFF files are plain text, 9 c Finally, ''[[#GTF|GTF]]'' is another file format that is very similar to GFF and is sometimes referred to as GFF2.5.
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