Continuing to organizing files for a manuscript dealing with the geoduck genome assembly/annotation we’ve done, we decided to rename the files as well as rename the scaffolds, to make the naming consistent and a bit easier to read (both for humans and computers).
We’re in the process of organizing files for a manuscript dealing with the geoduck genome assembly/annotation we’ve done. As part of that, we need the Stringtie BAM file that was used with GenSAS for Pgenerosa_v074 annotation to upload to the Open Science Foundation repository for this project. Unfortunately, at 73GB, the file far exceeds the individual file size limit for OSF (5GB). So, I split it into 5GB chunks. See the following notebook for deets:
Steven was recently contacted by Marinelli Shellfish Company to see if we could help them determine if some oysters they had were Crassostrea gigas (Pacific oyster) or Crassostrea sikamea (Kumamoto). Steven knows of a paper with primer sequences to use with qPCR for this specific determination.
After receiving the rest of the crab data and concatenating it all together, I ran FastQC and MultiQC on the FastQ files.
Replaced the batteries on one of the APC uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) on our local server cabinet.