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Old 11-26-2014, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default Improve accuracy of trinity RNA-Seq assemblies with --min_glue and/or --min_kmer_cov

Hi,
Does anyone know if it possible to improve the accuracy of Trinity RNA-Seq assemblies using --min_glue and/or --min_kmer_cov flags?

The trinity manual suggests raising the --min_kmer_cov value from the default (1) to 2 to save on memory usage and eliminate rare, inaccurate reads. Would it be advisable to raise this to higher, maybe to 4 or even to 20?

Similarly, has anyone tried raising the --min_glue to, say, 10 to improve the accuracy of the assembly?
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