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  • Zorro maximum size

    Hi,

    The excellent Zorro assembly merging tool says that the authors have tested genomes till 100MB. Does anyone have any experience of Zorro with larger genomes? What about GAM?

    Thanks

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    I have tried zorro on a genome of 450 MBp and I advise you not to try this. It is far too slow and basically unusable on a genome of this size.

    I work on a project together with the developers of GAM and although nothing is public yet (and I am not sure when it will be) I have been testing an updated version designed to handle NGS assemblies and the results are excellent and the speed is also great. I will talk to the developer to ask when a public release could be possible.

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