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Old 05-07-2013, 06:02 AM   #1
vebaev
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Default Commercial software help?

Hi,
I have some limited budget that I have to spend for a software this month (~1000$) and I'm stuck to CLC Main WB or Geneious and both of them have cons: clc MWB does not do NGS but can use it for expression analysis for already count reads numbers; and Geneious was totally crashing when I tested it or says not enough RAM (I was using Mac with 8GB) with some samples not so big files.

So I was wondering do you know any useful software that can be fit into this budget?

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I see there is DNAnexus but probably I prefer something stand-alone...
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Old 06-19-2013, 07:21 AM   #2
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Default HandsFree

You may want to look at a system called HandsFree (http://cm.jefferson.edu/HandsFreee) that gives the ability to analyze the large datasets that next generation sequencing platforms generate. From a quick look at their website it can map and analyze RNA-Seq, Exome-seq, DNA-seq, and ChIP-Seq data

http://jefferson.edu/web_options/tag...?articleID=568
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