Hi All, I'm trying to make a tree and identify some 16s rRNA sequencing with genbank using biopython or python, but I have no Idea how can I start. Could you please help me?

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hi Rubberman,

No I don't have any experience about that. and I am learning python but it is too hard for me :(
Could you please help me?


Before you even get into the programming part, you need to 1) describe in as much detail as possible the steps needed to identify the rRNA sequences you need, and then 2) draw a hypothetical tree structure showing the relationships that exsit between the sequences (I assume that's what you want to do). Drawing pictures and writing out descriptions help, and will point you in the right direction with regard to coding forms.

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