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Old 01-25-2013, 07:43 AM   #1
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I've been generating

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velveth Assem1 85 -create_binary -shortPaired -fastq -separate
upon closer examination of the manual, it should be

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velveth Assem2 85 -create_binary -fastq -shortPaired -separate
Amusingly, the results are different

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Final graph has 4275 nodes and n50 of 11961, max 59442, total 4748899, using 12959473/18913301 reads
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Final graph has 4229 nodes and n50 of 11829, max 57667, total 4724268, using 13243576/18913301 reads
Obviously I need to directly compare contigs and see what the real changes were from an assembly standpoint...but I wonder how velvet is interpreting the results for the first velveth input if it is isn't the same as the canonical, second version.

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