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  • denovo assembly

    explanation about denovo asembly

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    Assembling short reads to create full-length sequences . de-novo assemblies are orders of magnitude slower and more memory intensive than mapping assemblies.

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    • #3
      de novo is Latin, basically meaning "from new". So a de novo assembly is without knowing anything about the answer - compared to a reference guided assembly where you have a simple genome for guidance.

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      • #4
        I love that such an incomplete question (phrase) got two thoughtful responses.

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          His/her ISP may be charging by the word to access the internet

          Three posts (so far) by that user have less than 5 words each.

          Originally posted by mgogol View Post
          I love that such an incomplete question (phrase) got two thoughtful responses.

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          • #6
            Ha ha, good call.

            On biostars, somebody would have deleted or closed it. I suppose there's a place for both approaches.

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