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Old 04-19-2013, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default how to analyze whole genome sequencing data (new genome assembling)?

This is a project to sequence the whole genome of a species (which has not been sequenced yet), assemble the reads, and use the annotations (from related species) to annotate genes on the new genome.
I'm new to the data analysis in this field. Could anyone tell me what kind of analysis procedures and the widely-used programs I need to follow and use?
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What our team has found is that depending on whether you are working with a genome of 5Mb, 100Mb, or 3Gb... you will have very different approaches to the library, sequencing, assembly, and annotation approaches. Can you share a bit more? I'm sure you will get more suggestions.

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What our team has found is that depending on whether you are working with a genome of 5Mb, 100Mb, or 3Gb... you will have very different approaches to the library, sequencing, assembly, and annotation approaches. Can you share a bit more? I'm sure you will get more suggestions.

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Thanks for reply. Yes I should give more information. It's a bivalvia genome, about 3Gb.
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