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Comment: C: Why are we still using Bam files? And not Cram, HDF5 or improved Bam files?
... BioHDF is currently not in development. See my response to the original question. ...
written 5.6 years ago by dana.e.robinson70
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Answer: A: Why are we still using Bam files? And not Cram, HDF5 or improved Bam files?
... As one of the people on the BioHDF project, I should probably chime in here. For those who are unfamiliar, the simplest explanation of HDF5 is that it essentially allows you to store multidimensional arrays ('datasets') of data in a regular file. The arrays can be of one of our pre-determined types ...
written 5.6 years ago by dana.e.robinson70

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