Randomised sequences

Greg Dougherty gregd at molecularsoftware.com
Thu Feb 27 05:29:42 EST 2003


Let me make sure I understand what you're looking for.

You have several thousand unique character strings.  For each string,
you would like to produce X (where X is an integer > 1) additional
strings, each string to have the same length and characters as the
original string, but in a different order.  Further, you would like to
put all the original strings in one file, and have all the random
strings deposited in a different file.

Correct?
Can you run Java Swing programs?

Greg

"Hans Stenvien" wrote:
> 
> I have data sets consisting of several thousand unique coding sequences. For
> each sequence, I would like to generate a number of randomised sequences
> with the same length and nucleotide composition. Does anyone know of
> appropriate online service/software allowing me to input all of my sequences
> from one file? It would be great if one file is generated containing all the
> random sequences for all original sequences. I have so far only found online
> services/softwares enabling me to shuffle nucleotide order in one sequence
> at a time (i.e. manual input of each sequence). I am afraid I am not able to
> do any programming myself.
> 
> Any help is appreciated.
> 
> Best regards,
> Hans

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