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  • sabiha
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    MeganS,

    Thank you for helping me out. stdout from bank-transact reported the following.
    Messages read: 4963548
    Objects added: 4963548
    Objects deleted: 0
    Objects replaced: 0

    I have Illumina paired end reads in fastq format, which has quality scores included in the same file. I am planning to split the sequences and the quality into two files and will try using these files.

    How did u generate the xml link information??

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  • MeganS
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    sabiha,

    Does the stdout from bank-transact report any "Objects added"?

    Are your .xml files links of some sort (paired reads, etc)? I have gotten bambus to work, but used the .xml link information much earlier. Before running bambus, I used toAmos with fasta reads, a TIGR .contig file, and xml link information. Then I generated an amos bank using bank-transact on the resulting .afg file. Then ran bambus (via the goBambus script) on the bank.

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  • sabiha
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    .. I ve already tried SSpace. Just wanted to see how bambus wrks... as it does hierarchical scaffolding

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  • relipmoc
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    Originally posted by sabiha View Post
    Hii,,
    I am trying to run bambus on velvet contigs..
    i have generated .afg while assembling using velvet.. and then used the following command lines... as suggested by some forum ...
    Why don't try SSPACE? For more details, please see http://seqanswers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8350

    and

    Boetzer, M., Henkel, C.V., Jansen, H.J., Butler, D. and Pirovano, W. (2011) Scaffolding pre-assembled contigs using SSPACE, Bioinformatics, 27, 578-579.

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  • sabiha
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    Hii,,
    I am trying to run bambus on velvet contigs..
    i have generated .afg while assembling using velvet.. and then used the following command lines... as suggested by some forum ...
    /amos-3.0.1/src/Bank/bank-transact -cf -b j99.bnk -m velvet_asm.afg

    /amos-3.0.1/src/Bambus/Bundler/clk -b j99.bnk/

    /amos-3.0.1/src/Bambus/Bundler/Bundler -b j99.bnk

    /amos-3.0.1/src/Bambus/Bundler/MarkRepeats -b j99.bnk -redundancy 2 -agressive >repeat_fi

    /amos-3.0.1/src/Bambus/Bundler/OrientContigs -b j99.bnk -prefix j99scaff -redundancy 2 -repeats repeat_fi -all -agressive -linearize

    perl /amos-3.0.1/src/Bambus/Untangler/untangle.pl -e j99scaff.evidence.xml -s j99scaff.out.xml -o j99scaff.untangle.xml

    /amos-3.0.1/src/Bank/bank2fasta -d -b j99.bnk >bambus_contigs.fa

    perl /amos-3.0.1/src/Bambus/Untangler/printScaff.pl -e j99scaff.evidence.xml -s j99scaff.untangle.xml -l j99scaff.library -f bambus_contigs.fa -merge -o bambus_scaff

    and it has generated the following stats..

    no. valid links: 0
    no. incorrect len. links: 0
    no. incorrect ori. links: 0
    no. unchecked links: 18129

    I can see that no scaffolding is being done, since there are no valid links...
    can anyone tell me if my approach is right ... and if it is a must to use mates file

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  • rahularjun86
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    HI all,
    I have a question regarding the mate file. I ran velvet(with no scaffolding option) and get 4-5 nice assemblies with different k-mer's. Then I merged all these 4 assemblies into a single one using minimus2 Amos. Now I have .contig file and .bnk/ file. How can I generate the .mate file? should I use the sed command discussed in some posts. but the Id's of my .mate file and .contig file are not showing any link. My .contig file has id: #NODE_1_length_1305_cov_18.627586(0) from velvet and the .mate is with Illumina id's @HWUSI-EAS100R:6:73:941:1973#0/1 @HWUSI-EAS100R:6:73:941:1973#0/2. How can I link this information. Anybody please help.
    Regards,
    Rahul

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  • elisadouzi
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    Hi shouhua,
    I also have the same err as you. Have you figured out?

    Thanks!

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  • shaohua.fan
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    Originally posted by catfisher View Post
    Marten, thanks for your quick reply. I editted my configure file as you suggested and run goBambus again, but still failed.
    I used the .conf as:
    # Priorities
    priority ALL 1
    # The following lines can be un-commented to specify certain
    # per-library settings

    # Redundancies
    # redundancy lib_some 1

    # allowed error
    # error MUMmer 0.5

    # overlaps allowed
    # overlaps MUMmer Y

    # Global redundancy
    redundancy 2

    # min group size
    mingroupsize 0

    The log information for goBambus is :
    Parsing links out of input file
    Step 100: running detective
    Combining XML files
    Step 200: making the xmls
    starting
    Done
    Step 300: Preparing contig links
    starting
    Done
    Step 400: Running scaffolder
    Grommit(/home/aubsxl/bin/bambus/bin/grommit -i ctg2660_BES_mapping_704.inp -o ctg2660_BES_mapping_704.out.xml -C c
    tg2660_BES_mapping_704.grommit.conf --append --logfile goBambus.log --debug 1) script failed

    The error information from goBambus.error file is:
    20100712|123807| 10451| Grommit(/home/aubsxl/bin/bambus/bin/grommit -i ctg2660_BES_mapping_704.inp -o ctg2660_BES_
    mapping_704.out.xml -C ctg2660_BES_mapping_704.grommit.conf --append --logfile goBambus.log --debug 1) script fail
    ed

    The first several lines from my mates files is:
    library libname 200 500
    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1022:18088#0/1 HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1022:18088#0/2 libname
    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1029:11872#0/1 HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1029:11872#0/2 libname
    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1029:11034#0/1 HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1029:11034#0/2 libname
    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1030:19457#0/1 HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1030:19457#0/2 libname
    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1031:12133#0/1 HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1031:12133#0/2 libname

    Marten, could you look at these information and point out what's wrong with this? I have no idea. Thanks a lot,

    Kevin
    Hi, Catfisher,

    I met the exact same question as you. Have you found any solution of this question?

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  • seb567
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    Originally posted by boetsie View Post
    Hmmm, that is the program I meant, since I'm the developer haha. I refered to the wrong link in my previous reply

    Boetsie
    That's funny !

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  • boetsie
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    Originally posted by seb567 View Post
    You can try SSPACE too. It is a scaffolder for next-gen data.

    -seb
    Hmmm, that is the program I meant, since I'm the developer haha. I refered to the wrong link in my previous reply

    Boetsie

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  • seb567
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    You can try SSPACE too. It is a scaffolder for next-gen data.

    Bioinformatics paper:


    SEQanswers thread:
    Discussion of next-gen sequencing related bioinformatics: resources, algorithms, open source efforts, etc


    Download:


    -seb

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  • boetsie
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    This thread was solved by a program developed by myself which can scaffold assembled contigs in .fasta format with paired-end and/or mate pair sequences. No conversion of file formats are required. See this thread;

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  • catfisher
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    Originally posted by themerlin View Post
    Catfisher,

    I had the same error months ago. I ended up filtering my contigs so I only kept longer contigs (>500nts) with high coverage (depends on your dataset). I didn't change my mates file and then it suddenly worked. I'm not quite sure why, but it might be worth a shot.

    Jason
    I headed 100k lines of the contig and mates files and rerun the program for these data, the program also worked now.
    Does anyone know how much data size we can handle with the bambus? I am afraid that it has a built-in limit for how big the input data can be input. I have 704 contigs in the .contig file and 3434936 x2 paired ends, the program didn't work if I loaded all of them. I tested one with contigs less than 500bp (some are about 200bp), it worked also. How big were the input data when you all used the Bambus? Thanks,

    Kevin

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  • themerlin
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    Catfisher,

    I had the same error months ago. I ended up filtering my contigs so I only kept longer contigs (>500nts) with high coverage (depends on your dataset). I didn't change my mates file and then it suddenly worked. I'm not quite sure why, but it might be worth a shot.

    Jason

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  • boetsie
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    Hi catfisher,

    hmmm weird error, since it doesn't point out where it goes wrong. Is that the only error?

    Some thing that might help;

    replace ":" and "#" in the readnames to underscores ("_"). E.g.;

    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002:2:1:1022:18088#0/1
    will be;
    HWUSI-EAS1665_0002_2_1_1022_18088_0/1

    do this both in the .mates file and .contig file.

    Code to do this is;

    cat input.mates | sed s/#/_/g | sed s/:/_/g > output.mates

    where input.mates is the input file, and output.mates the converted output file.

    I don't know if this really works...

    Otherwise it might be a good idea to contact Bambus developers, since i'm not to familiar with Bambus.

    Good luck.

    Cheers,
    Marten

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