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#1 Mafer

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Posted 27 December 2015 - 08:59 PM

Hi,

 

This is probably not even a technical question. I would like to arrange sequences in text file so that I can highlight them and present them better visually, but when I copy and paste the sequences from Vector NTI or fasta file, it paste as a whole string of bases.

 

I wonder if there's any shortcut so that I can arrange them in 10 so that it is easier to look at them?

 

Thanks.



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Posted 28 December 2015 - 06:43 AM

Hi,

 

This is probably not even a technical question. I would like to arrange sequences in text file so that I can highlight them and present them better visually, but when I copy and paste the sequences from Vector NTI or fasta file, it paste as a whole string of bases.

 

I wonder if there's any shortcut so that I can arrange them in 10 so that it is easier to look at them?

 

Thanks.

I  use a different program and in that program I can indeed arrange them in 10 or 3

But for vector NTI I do not know. I guess it has to be possible.. would be weird if not?

 

Maybe you can first paste everyting in excel? WIth excel you can split long sequences into short fragments.


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Posted 04 January 2016 - 04:52 PM

Not sure if that's what you are looking for but, do you know the Philip interleaved format? Clustal might do too.

 

You have examples of all these file formats in here

http://toolkit.tuebi...mat/help_params






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