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  • miRExpress - Segmentation Fault

    Hello,

    I've been trying to get miRExpress to calculate from miRNA expressions level between various samples. The steps of the miRExpress pipeline are as follows:

    Raw_data_parse -> Trim_adaptor -> alignmentSIMD -> analysis


    Everything works great, until the last step, "analysis," which invariably terminates early with the only errors message reading "Segmentation Fault."

    Has anyone had this problem before, or know how to resolve it?

    Thanks!

  • #2
    [SOLVED]

    Got it... I changed my reference files to the custom miRBase database builds from the miRExpress website, instead of my personally formatted miRBase databases, and there was no problem.

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    • #3
      MiRExpress

      Hello,
      I am starting to use mirexpress to extract expression profiles from various samples too.
      For using the Trim-adaptor script, we have to create a text file containing the adaptor sequence, right?
      Is there a right way to insert this adaptor in this file? I mean, is just insert the sequence and that is it, or we have to insert some simbol like > or something?

      Mirexpress is the software I have been tried to learn. Do you know others softwares wich do the same kind of analyses?

      Regards

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