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Adding missing values into a hashby Biopolete (Initiate)
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Biopolete has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I' m trying to convert a column to a csv file.
My data looks like:
And I want a csv like this:
AC AB AC
1 2 3
2 2 NA
5 1 1
First of all I do a hash obtaining the keys from the metadata (##)
Now I have my hash “info” with my keys (AA, AB, AC)
Then I want to introduce the values.
I start with:
That is because I want to eliminate “\t” and “;”
But I don't know how to introduce the missing values (NA)
I want something like this:
AA => 1,2,5
AB => 2,2,1
AC => 3,NA,1
Anyone knows how to introduce the “NA” string in its correct position?? (my real file is much bigger with a lot of “NA”)
Thank you very much.