[EMBOSS] A question about uniform sequence address (USA)
yezhiqiang at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 08:53:18 UTC 2005
Thank you, Alan. This helps.
I noticed that tfm will cause very high load average when I type "tfm nthseq"
This occurs when I "tfm" other programs.
EMBOSS 3.0.0 on a Debian linux with kernel 2.6.
EMBOSS 3.0.0 on a gentoo linux with kernel 2.6
EMBOSS 2.10.0 on a redhat linu with kernel 2.4
I am not sure what's the cause.
2005/10/17, ajb at ebi.ac.uk <ajb at ebi.ac.uk>:
> This isn't built into the USA yet. There is, however, a program called
> 'nthseq' in the distribution which will do this. It is a little limited
> but may be enough for your needs.
> > Hi, dear all,
> > As we all know, we can use USA grammar like this:
> > Format::database:entryname[1:50]. This is referred to as first 1 to 50
> > residues (nt for dna) of entry "entryname" in database.
> > But now I have a sequencial database(eg. a flatfile or fasta
> > format sequence file), can we use the entry position (not the entry
> > name ) to refer the entry? For example, how can I get the 5th sequence
> > in the flatfile? Can USA handle this kind of request?
> > Thanks.
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