Gil, i made the same thing, about i dont got the same result:
!qiime tools import --type FeatureData[Sequence] --input-path rep_set/99_otus.fasta --output-path 99_otus.qza
!qiime vsearch cluster-features-closed-reference --i-sequences rep-seqs.qza --i-table table.qza --i-reference-sequences 99_otus.qza --p-perc-identity 0.99 --o-clustered-table 99closereftable --o-unmatched-sequences 99closeref_unmatchedseqs
I got this error:
Plugin error from vsearch:
Argument to parameter ‘reference_sequences’ is not a subtype of FeatureData[Sequence].
Debug info has been saved to /var/folders/g6/6hwq_0454f97jwwm56lbpsw00000gn/T/qiime2-q2cli-err-6r7j351o.log
When I visualize the 99otu.qza file, i can confirm that the file type is FeatureData[Sequence].
Sorry, I have no idea what might have gone wrong, especially since you verified it was a FeatureData[Sequence] type file. I’m hope others can help.
That is terribly strange. Would you be able to navigate to the directory you ran
qiime vsearch cluster-features-closed-reference in and run:
qiime tools peek 99_otus.qza
It also looks like you are using something like a Jupyter Notebook since you are prefixing your commands with
!, if that isn’t the case, could you elaborate on what kind of a shell/environment you are running these commands in?
My first guess here is somehow the directory you are running the commands in is getting mixed up, and you somehow have two files called
99_otus.qza with different types. But that’s just a guess.
Does anyone already have a 99_otus.qza file that can send me?
When I run : qiime tools peek 99_otus.qza
I got it:
Data format: DNASequencesDirectoryFormat
Now I will try.
Hi @Deborah_Leite — looks like your file called
99_otus.qza is of the right
Type — are you still experiencing this issue when you use it, or did you get this straightened out on your end? Thanks!
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