Pairwise sequence alignment with R. 2.3 years ago by New Zealand Hi Laksmi, It's not quite clear from your questoin, but do you want to do a pairwise alignment of each of your 90 sequences against a particular sequence (ie seq2[] v seq1 then seq2[] v seq1 in your example) or you want to do all the possible pairwsie comparisons between your 90 sequences.
The first one is easy, use an apply function. I don't have bioconductor on this computer, so this isn't tested, but something like sapply( seq2, function(x) pairwiseAlignment(toupper(c2s(x)), seq1string)) ) It's probably more readible if you define a function first: Plot - R: multiple x axis with annotations. Plot - Control the size of points in an R scatterplot. Fitting polynomial model to data in R. Trellis Graphs.
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Change to that directory. Performing alignments The Bowtie source and binary packages come with a pre-built index of the E. coli genome, and a set of 1,000 35-bp reads simulated from that genome. To use Bowtie to align those reads, issue the following command. If you get an error message "command not found", try adding a ./ before the bowtie. bowtie e_coli reads/e_coli_1000.fq The first argument to bowtie is the basename of the index for the genome to be searched. Depending on your computer, the run might take a few seconds up to about a minute.
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