Talk:Wikiomics:BLAST tutorial

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== BLAST ofspring ==
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== BLAST offspring ==
There is a large number of BLAST-like algorithms, trying to i.e. speed up the search by sacrificing sensitivity, or modify it to suit specific tasks, like genome-2-genome comparison.
There is a large number of BLAST-like algorithms, trying to i.e. speed up the search by sacrificing sensitivity, or modify it to suit specific tasks, like genome-2-genome comparison.
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* PLAST : Parallel Local Alignment Search Tool for Database Comparison
* PLAST : Parallel Local Alignment Search Tool for Database Comparison
http://www.irisa.fr/symbiose/projects/plast/
http://www.irisa.fr/symbiose/projects/plast/
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=Decypher & BLAST=
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* http://edwards.sdsu.edu/wiki/index.php/Difference_between_timelogic_and_NCBI_blastall

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What are the parameters to use to limit the number of allignmets produced by blast for each query sequence?

I seem to remember it is '-b xxx' or something....

--Dan 14:21, 15 January 2010 (EST)


You are right, -b is the switch for blastall. Two relevant lines from blastall --help


  -v  Number of database sequences to show one-line descriptions for (V) [Integer]
    default = 500
  -b  Number of database sequence to show alignments for (B) [Integer]
    default = 250
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BLAST offspring

There is a large number of BLAST-like algorithms, trying to i.e. speed up the search by sacrificing sensitivity, or modify it to suit specific tasks, like genome-2-genome comparison. Before creating a separate page I will be dumping here such links *darked 07:39, 18 March 2010 (EDT):

  • PLAST : Parallel Local Alignment Search Tool for Database Comparison

http://www.irisa.fr/symbiose/projects/plast/

Decypher & BLAST

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