Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #bioperl, 2010-12-15

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16:54 Guest94630 Which OS's does BioPerl run on?
16:57 Guest94630 Thanks for nothing
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17:29 dbolser Guest94630 ur welcome!
17:38 deafferret haha
17:38 * deafferret lobs a grenade out the door Guest94630 exited from
17:39 deejoe sheesh
17:40 deejoe but I guess if one is too impatient/incompetent to jfgi one isn't going to hang out for long for an answer
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18:04 Guest999999 hi whats bioperl?
18:04 Guest999999 fuck you then!!!
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18:08 deafferret anybody know the ban syntax?
18:10 dbolser erm...
18:10 dbolser plz don't ban my ip kthx
18:10 dbolser ///mes joke was a bit off
18:11 deafferret fits right in
18:59 arcsine__ hah
18:59 arcsine__ anyone around?
19:05 * deafferret waves
19:06 arcsine__ so
19:06 arcsine__ i think there has to be a less evil way to do this, but i can't find in the doc
19:06 arcsine__ maybe i am thinking wrong
19:06 arcsine__ i am grabbing seqences from genbank. output fasta files. While I've got the genbank file in memory i want to get the scientific name
19:07 arcsine__ right now i am not using the get methods...as i couldn't find the right ones
19:07 arcsine__ print $seq_obj->{_as_feat}->[0]->{_g​sf_tag_hash}->{organism}->[0];
19:07 arcsine__ that works
19:07 arcsine__ but i know it's..wrong
19:07 arcsine__ haha
19:37 deafferret arcsine__: have you read this?   http://www.bioperl.org/wik​i/HOWTO:Feature-Annotation
20:24 arcsine__ no, but now I have
20:24 arcsine__ thanks
20:24 arcsine__ that's what i was looking for
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21:15 deafferret woot!
21:22 dnewkirk_ someone's happy
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23:17 dnewkirk_lab Is there any thought about modules for processing .sra files for sequencing data from GEO?
23:18 dnewkirk_lab NCBI has a conversion tool for conversion to fastq, but just curious otherwise.

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