With so many different filetypes, bioinformaticists need a quick way to convert among the types.
Here are a list of converters that are well-used.
Hopefully this lesson gave you a good idea of some of the more commonly used filetypes used in bioinformatics. Any thoughts, questions or concerns? Please leave a comment below!
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