[Bioclusters] Assembly programs

Jinal Jhaveri jajhaveri at lbl.gov
Thu Jul 13 03:29:00 EDT 2006

We at the Joint Genome Institute use JAZZ (our homegrown assembler) which
runs well on a linux cluster consisting of amd dual core (~4 gigs of mem per
node) and intel xeon (~2 gigs of mem per node).

On 7/11/06, Tim Cutts <tjrc at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
> Sanger still does our WGS assembly work on single large memory
> machines (SGI Altix, in our case).  Any small memory properly
> parallel alternative is definitely interesting though, so I'll have a
> look at Euler.  Getting those change-fearing users to actually use it
> might be a challenge, of course...
> Tim
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