Herald:The Biostar Herald for Monday, November 13, 2023
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The Snakemake Wrappers repository — Snakemake Wrappers tags/v2.13.0 documentation (snakemake-wrappers.readthedocs.io)

The Snakemake Wrapper Repository is a collection of reusable wrappers that allow to quickly use popular tools from Snakemake rules and workflows.

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An international consensus on effective, inclusive, and career-spanning short-format training in the life sciences and beyond | PLOS ONE (journals.plos.org)

The 14 recommendations were derived through a Delphi method, where consensus was achieved in real time as the group completed a series of meetings and tasks designed to elicit specific recommendations.

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https://academic.oup.com/bioinformatics/article/39/10/btad621/7319363

Here, we present PanKmer, a toolkit designed for reference-free analysis of pangenome datasets consisting of dozens to thousands of individual genomes. PanKmer decomposes a set of input genomes into a table of observed k-mers and their presence–absence values in each genome. These are stored in an efficient k-mer index data format that encodes SNPs, INDELs, and SVs. It also includes functions for downstream analysis of the k-mer index, such as calculating sequence similarity statistics between individuals at whole-genome or local scales.

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ONT accuracy vs depth update | Ryan Wick’s bioinformatics blog (rrwick.github.io)

You can see in the plot that accuracy improved up to ~100× depth, after which additional reads brought no benefit. In fact, some of the genomes got a bit worse with higher depth, which was surprising.8 This suggests that if you have very-high-depth read sets, subsampling them (e.g. with Filtlong) before Flye assembly might benefit not just computational time but also sequence accuracy.

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