prokka | : zap : : aquarius : Rapid prokaryotic genome annotation | Genomics library

 by   tseemann Perl Version: v1.14.5 License: No License

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prokka is a Perl library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Genomics applications. prokka has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Whole genome annotation is the process of identifying features of interest in a set of genomic DNA sequences, and labelling them with useful information. Prokka is a software tool to annotate bacterial, archaeal and viral genomes quickly and produce standards-compliant output files.

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              prokka has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 666 star(s) with 207 fork(s). There are 43 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 186 open issues and 417 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 98 days. There are 25 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of prokka is v1.14.5

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            Community Discussions


            How to automate consecutive bash command line writing for multiple files
            Asked 2022-Mar-19 at 21:57

            Basically I need help for writing a script to repeat a command line times the number of elements from a list table, and every element value is used for replacing it three times in the main command line, besides every repeat is separated by " && " to form a consecutive string I can print out as text. I got a plain text file with 442 file names (without extension), let's say as a column without header, and every name or value I must replace it three times in the main command line, and repeat the command line replacing it with the next value times number of values: For instance

            Here's the main command line I want to repeate using file or value SL5Y and print out

            prokka --prefix SL5Y --cpus 6 --outdir SL5Y --rfam --addgenes --addmrna --cdsrnaolap SL5Y.fna

            And here's the table




            So what I basically need is a consecutive command line that looks as follows, but for 442 files, replacing every table value three times inside the repeat corresponding to that value; separated by ' && '

            prokka --prefix SL5Y --cpus 6 --outdir SL5Y --rfam --addgenes --addmrna --cdsrnaolap SL5Y.fna && prokka --prefix SL6Y --cpus 6 --outdir SL6Y --rfam --addgenes --addmrna --cdsrnaolap SL6Y.fna && prokka --prefix SO5Y --cpus 6 --outdir SO5Y --rfam --addgenes --addmrna --cdsrnaolap SO5Y.fna



            Answered 2022-Mar-19 at 19:27

            I think you can use Python to do what you are trying to do, assuming the file names (without extensions) are contained in a file named 'list_of_file_names_without_extension.txt':



            Using sed to extract the middle of a line/filename
            Asked 2022-Jan-29 at 14:06

            I have multiple files named:


            I want to use sed to print out:




            I want to use the "printed" words in a command like this (prokka is a tool for genome annotation):



            Answered 2022-Jan-29 at 11:50

            You can use string splitting with string manipulation:



            Snakemake How to design downstream rules on empty output files?
            Asked 2021-Aug-27 at 16:00

            I am wondering how to deal with empty output files in downstream rules. An assembly of a short read fastq data with SHOVILL can fail and produce a 0-byte contigs.fa

            If genome annotation with PROKKA is run on a 0-byte file it returns an error:



            Answered 2021-Aug-27 at 16:00

            I can think of two approaches, neither is perfect.

            The first is basically what you did: use bash to work around. However, I would suggest the -s file test operator. This way, you still get notified of a genuine error from prokka:



            How to modify a tsv-file column with Python
            Asked 2021-Aug-21 at 16:29

            I have a GFF3 file (mainly a TSV file with 9 columns) and I'm trying to make some changes in the first column of my file in order to overwrite the modification to the file itself.

            The GFF3 file looks like this:



            Answered 2021-Aug-21 at 16:25

            You can use re.sub with pattern that starts with ^ (start of the string) + use lambda function in re.sub. For example:



            RGI output filename does not match snakefile output filename
            Asked 2021-Aug-07 at 02:12

            The problem is:

            A software called "RGI" will automatically append .txt as suffix to the output file. So if my sampleID is 7. Then the actual RGI output file will be 7.txt, which is different from the output file (7) defind in the snakefile rule. And snakemake will report errors like Job Missing files after 20 seconds. However, RGI still appends .txt as suffix even if you have preset a suffix (and the actual output file will look like 7.txt.txt).

            How can I solve the problem? The following is a part of my code:



            Answered 2021-Aug-06 at 20:41

            Strip the .txt prefix from the output filename before passing it to rgi. I do this here using bash string manipulation but you can do it in other ways:



            error "positional argument follows keyword argument" in snakefile
            Asked 2021-Aug-03 at 10:58

            When I run snakemake -np it says: SyntaxError in line 22 of /home/snakefile: positional argument follows keyword argument

            It seems that it's a problem in the input section of rule prokka because other parts workded fine.

            Belowe is my snakefile:



            Answered 2021-Aug-03 at 10:58


            Substitute several words in all files in a folder based on a .txt file
            Asked 2020-Oct-31 at 21:16

            If I have a .txt file with 4 columns that looks like this:



            Answered 2020-Oct-30 at 21:30

            OK, I created the 4 files with the template content as listed above; I also created a file called control.txt that matches your .txt file above.

            Using the following shell script as a wrapper around sed does what you're asking on my installation.


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