User: rsharris

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Comment: C: A couple questions about terminology in DSK --help
... Cool, thanks! Bob H ...
written 20 months ago by rsharris20
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A couple questions about terminology in DSK --help
... (I'm using DSK 2.0.6) I don't understand the meaning of "solid" as it is used in the help listing.  As in "solid kmers", "solidity", and "way to compute solids."  I don't see the term used in the 2013 Bioinformatics manuscript.  Can anyone clarify what this means? A second question regards "minimi ...
dsk written 20 months ago by rsharris20 • updated 20 months ago by Rayan Chikhi1.1k
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Comment: C: Problems trying to run simple_test in linux binary distribution
... Thanks Rayan, I've made that change in my copy of the 2.0.6 simple_test.sh, and the tests all pass now. I wasn't able to find 2.0.7 (and that's OK). I'd gotten 2.0.6 from http://minia.genouest.org/dsk and the update hasn't made it there yet. I then tried to find a DSK repository online but gave up ...
written 20 months ago by rsharris20
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Problems trying to run simple_test in linux binary distribution
... I am new to DSK. The following may be the result of me failing to find some docs somewhere, so if that's the case please point me at them. I've downloaded the linux binaries for 2.0.6 and found simple_test.sh so I thought I would try running it to see if the binaries will work on my machine. But I' ...
minia dsk written 20 months ago by rsharris20 • updated 20 months ago by Rayan Chikhi1.1k
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Comment: C: Lastz Genome Alignment Tool: How Does Softmasking Work?
... Lastz author here, came across this thread as part of a search for something else.  For the sake of completeness... here's the scoop on softmasking and lastz If you do nothing else, any lowercase nucleotide in your sequence file will be considered as soft-masked. Additionally, lastz can perform so ...
written 2.6 years ago by rsharris20

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