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Old 09-23-2009, 06:02 AM   #1
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Default assembly and RAM

Dear all,
We are trying to choose the type of computers/clusters to use to deal with our NGS data.
For that, I need some help about assembly soft and what it takes to do the assembly, especially on the RAM point of vue (RAM per CPU ??) .
I have seen in the velvet paper 2Gb for a small bacteria genome. we are dealing with human genome data (coverage 30x). I haven't had the opportunity to test myself the assembly software , I did it for the mapping part.
the point is not the do the assembly for every genome we have but we would like to let the possibility to do an assembly if needed.
thanks for your help
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