Michael Grünstäudl (Gruenstaeudl), PhD

Researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin

Monatsarchiv für November 2018

Commandline search interface for ENA

Digging through ENA records. By using the Python library enasearch, which provides a Python-based interaction with ENA’s API, commandline searches of the ENA databases have become a delight. Take, for example, the aim to infer the number of individual accessions of the common plant DNA barcoding marker trnK-matK that have become available over the course […]

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Quick info parsing from GenBank accessions

Taking the essence. Have you ever found yourself browsing through individual sequence records of the NCBI GenBank database and wishing that you could extract only the metadata information of a record (e.g., authors, publication status, taxonomy), but not the feature table of a record or the sequence itself? With the help of Entrez Direct and […]

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