we had a fasta file with unwanted redundancy.
Reads were mapped to a reference and then each match was extracted with an ID and sequence, to which this ID mapped. This resulted in a redundancy in IDs. Our goal was to get only one ID for each sequence.
Continue reading “sort and reduce redundancy in FASTA files”
I often have to extract specific sequences from big fasta. I found this nice script here and with some slight modifications you can also use it for other file types.
Continue reading “Extracting Sequences from a Fasta using ID list”
The larger project my master’s thesis was a part of has been published and can be found in pre-press here: Foerster et al. 2017
I’m very thankful to have been a part of such an interesting project, which provides new insights and knowledge about the use and development of SNP-panels, as well as using this method for genetic wildlife monitoring.
My first paper is published! A big moment for me. I want to use the opportunity to give a short abstract in German below. The publication itself can be found here: Fahlke and Autenrieth 2016
Continue reading “Photogrammetry and 3D models”
Finally, It is happening! I have now a job position as PhD student at the University of Potsdam. It’s all about population genomics of marine mammals. It could not be better ! So in the next three years I will focus myself on the marine mammals and all that comes with population genomics. I’m looking forward to it 🙂
— German Version only —
Bei diesem Artikel habe ich mehr oder weniger eine Zusammenfassung des entsprechenden Kaptiels im Westheide Rieger produziert, aber ich finde gerade deswegen ist es entsprechend innformativ und dennoch kurz gefasst. (auch alle im Text gezeigten Grafiken und Abbildungen entstammen diesem wunderbaren Buch )
Continue reading “Die Anpassungen der Cetacean – was sie so besonders macht –”
I’m fascinated by marine mammals, especially cetaceans since childhood and therefore was glad to take a course during my masters, focusing on their past and development.
This post now is based on a talk I hold during this course about the Evolution of Cetaceans.
— German version below —
Continue reading “Cetacean – where did they come from”