User: callamartyn

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Comment: C: Poor Output from Spades with High Coverage Input Data
... Thanks so much, I will definitely try the normalization! ...
written 5 months ago by callamartyn10
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Comment: C: Poor Output from Spades with High Coverage Input Data
... Thanks so much, I finally got spades to work but am curious about metaVIC and will try it as well! ...
written 5 months ago by callamartyn10
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Comment: C: Poor Output from Spades with High Coverage Input Data
... Thanks so much! I tried a few different amounts of reads and got it to work. For anyone else who encounters this problem, I tried 20,000, 500,000, and 1 million reads that had already undergone host-subtraction. For my particular data 500,000 produced the best assembly (for a 10 kb genome) and it wa ...
written 5 months ago by callamartyn10
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Comment: C: Poor Output from Spades with High Coverage Input Data
... RNASeq; viral RNA that was reverse transcribed and prepped with a Nextera kit ...
written 5 months ago by callamartyn10
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Poor Output from Spades with High Coverage Input Data
... Hi all, I am testing out some different methods for assembling viral genomes from Illumina data and am having some surprising results from SPAdes. I have mapped the reads to a reference genome in Geneious for comparison and can see that my reads cover 99.1% of the 10 kb genome with an average depth ...
genome assembly written 5 months ago by callamartyn10 • updated 5 months ago by h.mon20k

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