Question: metagenomeSeq pre-analysis Data Preporation for full genome sequencing
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metagenomeSeq pre-analysis Data Preporation for full genome sequencing

Hi

I'm new to Full Genomic sequencing and analysis, however I have used 16s.

I'm wondering what data preparation is required before importing it in to metagenomeSeq?

I have FSTAQ files from the mi seq run.

 

Regards

Chris

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Answer: metagenomeSeq pre-analysis Data Preporation for full genome sequencing
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Hector Corrada Bravo60 wrote:
metagenomeSeq assumes you have a count matrix for features of interest (genes or taxa). Look at tools like kraken or metaphlan2 to create a count matrix. Hector On Jan 15, 2018, 8:56 PM -0500, cmapoulton [bioc] <noreply@bioconductor.org>, wrote: > Activity on a post you are following on support.bioconductor.org > User cmapoulton wrote Question: metagenomeSeq pre-analysis Data Preporation for full genome sequencing: > metagenomeSeq pre-analysis Data Preporation for full genome sequencing > Hi > I'm new to Full Genomic sequencing and analysis, however I have used 16s. > I'm wondering what data preparation is required before importing it in to metagenomeSeq? > I have FSTAQ files from the mi seq run. > > Regards > Chris > Post tags: metagenomeSeq, full genome sequencing > You may reply via email or visit metagenomeSeq pre-analysis Data Preporation for full genome sequencing
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