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  • #16
    Did anyone figure this out?

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    • #17
      What issue do you still have? The believe the '!' has been replaced with a more meaningful value in recent versions of software, but assembly and most other downstream tools still don't use quality values associated with bases in subreads.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by cement_head View Post
        Did anyone figure this out?
        Check the GitHub for PacBio, they have a converter. Here's the URL: https://github.com/PacificBiosciences/bam2fastx

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