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    Education: Instructional videos on the use of the BIRCH/BioLegato system to perform BLAST searches
    Submitted by Brian Fristensky; posted on Saturday, May 30, 2020


    Installing BLAST Databases on Your Own Computer:
    The BIRCH/BioLegato system provides easy point-and-click tools for installing, updating and searching BLAST databases on your own computer. This video describes some of the things you need to consider if you plan to install local copies of BLAST databases, including disk space and network download limits, and takes you through the automated install process.


    BLAST Searches Through a Data Science Lens:
    There's a lot more to BLAST searches than just running BLAST. We'll show how the BIRCH/BioLegato system implements Data Science principles to do database searches that are more informative, and to pipe your results directly into downstream analysis. Searches can be run either with copies of the databases installed on your computer, or by remote calls to BLAST at NCBI.


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