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Old 06-26-2013, 05:08 PM   #1
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Default PacBio tutorials

I am developing a set of simple tutorials on PacBio-related algorithms. Please feel free to give your critical input.

Main blog post is here -
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Seems very informative but a lot of the links seem to be broken for me. For example...

4. If you use python, please try this source.

We also found this source helpful.

Q. I am a PERL user. What should I do?

Please google ‘go hang yourself’ and follow any of the links.

Here is a Perl alternative to deal with HDF5 format [Thanks Inti Pedroso.]
has no working links. Also, there are a few typos such as:

This is the one you need to first look into oo gain some confidence into the generated data. Tt contains the cleanest assembled reads from the sequencing run.
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