replyto=3F7BE1C8.530C7F30@sanger.ac.uk&subject=Re: How to use
krb at sanger.ac.uk
Wed Oct 15 10:47:48 EST 2003
On 14 Oct 2003, Kate Gendall wrote:
> I have a file containing sequence data downloaded from Ensembl. Is there
> way to convert this data into an ACeDB database? Using embl2ace (from the
> ACeDB tools) or some other way? If I need to use embl2ace, I'm not really
> sure where to begin. Thanks for your help.
embl2ace is a script to convert EMBL sequence entries to ace file format
and is not really anything to do with Ensembl.
Before we can help you we would need to know what this sequence data that
you have looks like...is it just a fasta file? Also do you have an acedb
database with an appropriate database schema (the wspec/models.wrm file)
to fit the data that you have downloaded.
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