I have a column c1 that has entries like "GXP_297346(PVALB/human)".
I'm trying to use Text Manipulation > Compute to strip off the "(...)" portion,
leaving only the accession (which can vary in length).
I have tried a variety of things that work in my python command line, but fail
here, for example:
This gets mangled:
An error occurred running this job: Expression "c1__ob__1:c1.find("(")__cb__"
An error occurred running this job: Expression "c1.split("(")__ob__0__cb__"
Please help. This is driving me crazy.
Searching the list, I find only
"Inputs sanitization" which seems to indicate this is a global mapper that can
only be disabled with dire security consequences.
"substring sequence on coordinate in columns" which doesn't ever answer the
question about how to get compute to work.
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