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DNA and protein sequences (both are reasonable to use in HMMs) are available at a variety of sources, such as EMBL, NCBI, and others. To input them into a model such as an HMM which draws on comparisons between different sequences, you will most likely need to produce a sequence alignment, which is a data format in which the sequences are processed into a ...


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Update: see also answers here. I would strongly recommend reading more about species co-occurrence analysis, e.g. here and here. This is a big field where a lot of work has been done on its statistical analysis and interpretation. You can apply any metric that you want for a a basic idea of correlations in the data, and for that the simple distances are a ...


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