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I am getting 2-4 mbps speed for my download.My internet is not giving me any trouble atm.Btw does that gdrive folder have the latest version of the full game?I mean can I just download them all and copy/paste and repair to play?Thank you very much btw for this help.^^
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hey i tried to download this game again, but this time it's different problem, there is this notification everytime i tried to download it "aion cannot download file e02018 DP_G18_0_205/bfe9fd94Zip/objects/system/Skydome/Skydome_Textures.pak.zo1:PI1565:PL16777216". i need some guidance, can someone help me with this? thank you
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You can download the FASTA formatted sequence of the visible range, all markers created on the sequence, or all selections made of the sequence. You can make a highlighted selection using click and drag, and multiple selections can be made by holding down on the Ctrl button on your keyboard.
Currently, you can download data from gene annotation and selected feature tracks, SNP annotation tracks (NCBI data), and remotely loaded variation tracks (such as EVA (European Variation Archive) tracks) or user-provided VCF tracks. Only tracks added to the graphical view will be shown in the download dialog. Every track with data available for download will have download icon at the track's right corner in the graphical view. Some SNP annotation data cannot be downloaded from the graphical viewer, including legacy SNP tracks older than NCBI SNP build 151.
The "Download Track Data" dialog in the graphical viewer does not permit downloads containing greater than 30 million features or SNPs. Complete NCBI SNP release VCF files can be found on the SNP FTP site.
When the "Include RNA and CDS features" box is checked, RNAs, CDS, exons, and other features (if any) annotated on the gene track will be included in the downloaded file. When this box in unchecked, only the gene feature rows will be included in the file.
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Alternatively, you can export a genomic region (from the genome viewer) as a FASTA formatted file (using the menu on the upper left). You can add the feature tracks by downloading the GFF3 feature track files using the same menu. In ApE, open the FASTA file, then use the Features menu to open the GFF3 track info.Another way to go is to take the gene model (from a gene page), paste it into an ApE window and then select all, make a new feature (Feature menu), and in the edit feature window that appears press the "upper case only" button.If you think that ApE doesn't find all of the ClaI sites (or XbaI or BclI) that you KNOW are present in your sequence, turn off the Dam/Dcm methylation on your sequence and try again.See here for more information. Click here to make a voluntary donation in support of ApE.
We strongly encourage our users to download their sequencing data (chromatogram files, text files, quality files) as soon as they are available.The MGH CCIB DNA Core does not provide the option of long-term data archiving; all data generated at our core facility are kept for about one year before being deleted from our server.
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This is something I have to do every so often. I used to download the zipped csv file in two parts and then load them into an Access database. This was a pain as you had to deal with big files and set the data types manually and all manner of other fiddling. It always seemed to go wrong five times before it would work.
Hi -I am trying to generate fairly large zip archives "on the fly." I'd like for the user to be able to download a single zip file containing thousands of files.I have been able to do this successfully, using two methods. The problem with the first method is that the users get timeout errors in their browsers (my guess is that "addTreeMatching" takes too long - there are thousands of files). The problem with the second method is that when you go to unarchive the zip file, only the first file appears (I suspect that this is a problem with the central directory). Any help would be greatly appreciated! Ideally, I'd be able to use some form of the second method, as that gives me the flexibility of renaming the files prior to archiving them.First Method use Archive::Zip; my $zip = Archive::Zip->new(); # new instance $zip->addTreeMatching( "/$NewHomePath/Results/$InvoiceNumber",+ "$InvoiceNumber", '\.(ab1$seq$)' ); print "Content-Type:application/zip\n"; print "Content-Disposition:attachment;filename=$FileNameToWrit+e\n\n"; $zip->writeToFileHandle(*STDOUT);[download]Second Method use Archive::Zip; my $zip = Archive::Zip->new(); # new instance chdir("/$NewHomePath/Results"); @files = (); # files to store @filesA = (); # files to store push (@files,@filesA); #PRINT HEADER print "Content-Type:application/zip\n"; print "Content-Disposition:attachment;filename=$FileNameToWrit+e\n\n"; #NOW PRINT TO STDOUT foreach $file (@files) if ($DLWOSC eq "checked") $TranslatedName=(split('/',$file))[-1]; $TranslatedName=s/\;/\_/g; $zip->addFile($file,$TranslatedName); # add files $zip->writeToFileHandle(*STDOUT); else $zip->addFile($file); $zip->writeToFileHandle(*STDOUT); [download]Comment on Creating Zip Archives on the fly
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