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  • why BWA-0.6.2 is slower than 0.5.9

    Hi
    I am not a bioinformatics guy so I am not very familiar with sequence alignment tools. However, when I run BWA-0.6.2 and 0.5.9 to map same set of reads to same genome, I found the former is much slower than the latter. The options are all the same. I am very confused now. Could anyone tell me the reason? I will appreciate a lot.

    Ed
    Last edited by adwardray; 07-21-2012, 09:49 PM.

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    How much slower ?

    Originally posted by adwardray View Post
    Hi
    I am not a bioinformatics guy so I am not very familiar with sequence alignment tools. However, when I run BWA-0.6.2 and 0.5.9 to map same set of reads to same genome, I found the former is much slower than the latter. The options are all the same. I am very confused now. Could anyone tell me the reason? I will appreciate a lot.

    Ed

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      Thank you very much for your attention.
      It's about 3 times slower. The genome is Escherichia coli.

      Edward

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      • #4
        Thank you very much for your attention.
        It's about 3 times slower. The genome is Escherichia coli.

        Edward

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