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  • dan
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    I found bambus too painful to use, so I'd recommend sspace.

    Can you post your usage pipeline here?

    I'd recommend contacting the bambus (amos) mailing list with your questions:

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  • schamala
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    Hi Shaohua.fan,

    Did you find any solution for the failure of Bambus version 2.33 for scaffolding larger geomes. I am getting failure at Grommit script too.

    Thanks,
    Sschamalla.

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  • fishinabarrel
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    Sadly I am getting the same error with a genome in the 400 MB range.

    Using only a subset of sequencing runs, I got wonderful scaffold outputs from bambus, measurably larger than output from sspace or Sopra. However, the over size was only a fraction of the genome.

    But I too get the grommit script error when attempting the large contig datafile.

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  • shaohua.fan
    started a topic Bambus for scaffolding big genome??

    Bambus for scaffolding big genome??

    Hi,all,

    I am using Bambus (version 2.33) for scaffolding our 1.1 G genome. Before using the Bambus for our data, I first tested the Bambus with the test data in the Bambus package and everything was fine.

    However, Using Bambus for our data, it always crashed at the step 400, and reported that the Grommit script failed. Someone in the Abyss discuss group mentioned that Bambus is incapable of scaffolding genomes > 100 M. But, I am not sure this is the reason for our data?

    My question is that dose any one has the experience of scaffolding big genome (here I mean >1 G bp genome) by Bambus?

    Shaohua

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