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Old 01-11-2011, 06:58 AM   #1
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Default Illumina Pipeline on Macintosh


This is my first post on the site. We have recently entered the deep sequencing field and are interested to learn if there is anyway to implement an Illumina pipeline on a Macintosh starting with the Sequencing Control Software output either through Unix via X11 or an actual Macintosh native program. We currently use CLC Genomics Workbench and JMP Genomics 5 for analysis on the backend.


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The Illumina pipeline is mainly C++ (heavily relying on the boost lib), perl, python and GNUMake. Using macports you should be able to make it run.

Also, if you want to go the easy way (at the cost of performance) you could install linux in a VM and then run the pipeline there.
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