Input format: fasta This refers to the input FASTA file format introduced for Bill Pearson's FASTA tool, where each record starts with a '>' line. Resulting sequences have a generic alphabet by default.
Output format: fastq-solexa FASTQ files are a bit like FASTA files but also include sequencing qualities. In Biopython, 'fastq' refers to Sanger style FASTQ files which encode PHRED qualities using an ASCII offset of 33. See also the incompatible 'fastq-solexa' and 'fastq-illumina' variants.
How to convert from fasta to fastq-solexa ?
You can also convert between these formats by using command line tools.Sequence Converter Home page
Or you can use this site as online fasta to fastq-solexa converter by selecting your formats &
On Windows install WSL, on
or Linux start
Run following script:
from Bio import SeqIO records = SeqIO.parse("THIS_IS_YOUR_INPUT_FILE.fasta", "fasta") count = SeqIO.write(records, "THIS_IS_YOUR_OUTPUT_FILE.fastq-solexa", "fastq-solexa") print("Converted %i records" % count)