Billy Li (billyli at hkuxa.hku.hk) wrote:
: I do not use EMBL but does anyone know how many bases are in EMBL
: at present?
As the poster is from a 'department of statistics', it is important to know
that the plain number of bases is fairly insignificant, as lots of
duplicates, fragments and overlapping sequences exist. The actual number
of entries has been 300000, and the current update file is another 100000
approximately. This is good to guess learning the accuracy of the precise
figure - the current growth will outpace any printed article in days.
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