Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #bioperl, 2011-07-18

| Channels | #bioperl index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary

All times shown according to UTC.

Time Nick Message
00:31 zeropointo joined #bioperl
01:16 zenman joined #bioperl
01:20 zeropointo left #bioperl
02:30 carandraug left #bioperl
04:07 zenman left #bioperl
04:18 svaksha left #bioperl
04:42 svaksha joined #bioperl
10:21 carandraug joined #bioperl
12:10 takadonet joined #bioperl
12:23 zenman joined #bioperl
12:48 zenman left #bioperl
12:49 zenman joined #bioperl
12:52 zenman_ joined #bioperl
12:53 zenman left #bioperl
13:16 zenman_ left #bioperl
13:19 zenman_ joined #bioperl
13:54 zenman_ left #bioperl
14:06 cariaso joined #bioperl
14:07 ende joined #bioperl
15:09 ty joined #bioperl
15:09 ty hi - looking for some help
15:15 ty i have two databases - a contig file and a scaffold file (from the assembled contigs). For the sequences I am interested in, I have the coordinates to the contig database and I need the coordinates to the scaffold database. The contigs are identified as partials of a scaffold (ie. scaffold1000-3, scaffold1000-4, etc). I want a script that can use the coordinates to the contig file to pull the sequence and then blast that sequence to the c
15:19 ende left #bioperl
15:24 svaksha left #bioperl
15:25 svaksha joined #bioperl
15:41 jhannah ty: I'd try the mailing list if I were you (bioperl-l)
15:51 ty jhannah: thanks for the advice. i'm new here - how do i access the mailing list?
15:53 jhannah http://bioperl.org/mailman/listinfo/bioperl-l
15:53 jhannah (per http://www.bioperl.org/wiki/Mailing_lists)
15:58 ende joined #bioperl
16:00 ende left #bioperl
16:07 ty thanks
16:23 cariaso left #bioperl
16:27 ty left #bioperl
18:27 scottcain joined #bioperl
18:44 buelsbot joined #bioperl
21:41 sl33v3_ joined #bioperl
21:42 sl33v3 left #bioperl
21:42 sl33v3_ is now known as sl33v3
22:19 carandraug left #bioperl

| Channels | #bioperl index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary