The purpose of this program is to setup necessary databases for tRNA genes collected from GTDB (https://gtdb.ecogenomic.org/), genomes in your local anvi'o installation so taxonomy information for a given set of tRNA sequences can be identified using
anvi-run-trna-taxonomy and made sense of via
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This program seems to know what its doing. It needs no input material from its user. Good program.
This program downloads a local copy of a subset of the databases from GTDB (stored in a trna-taxonomy-db), so that tRNA sequences in your dataset can be associated with taxonomy information. It is required to run this program before you can run anvi-run-trna-taxonomy or anvi-estimate-trna-taxonomy.
anvi-setup- programs, this only needs to be run once per anvi’o version. The default path is
anvio/data/misc/TRNA-TAXONOMY. You can store the resulting trna-taxonomy-db in a custom location if desired), but then you’ll need to provide the path to it whenever you run anvi-run-trna-taxonomy.
To run this program, you can simply run
If you are trying to redownload these databases, run:
Alternatively, you can use
--redo-databases if you just want to update the database version without redownloading the data.
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