AMOS

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AMOS is a collection of tools for genome assembly

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AMOS is a collection of tools and class interfaces for the assembly of DNA reads. The package includes a robust infrastructure, modular assembly pipelines, and tools for overlapping, consensus generation, contigging, and assembly manipulation.

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Bio-Informatics

License

Artistic License

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  • youbingchen
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    it's hard to install. it's introduction of installation is unclear. many errors of installation beyond introduction.

    Posted 08/22/2014
  • youbingchen
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    it's hard to install. it's introduction of installation is unclear. many errors of installation beyond introduction.

    Posted 08/22/2014
  • kad-ecoli
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    Amos is a piece of great soft. But it is terribly difficult to compile since it depends on so many different third part packages. Why can't the developer just release a pre-compiled binary (preferably 64 bit so that a large genome will not crash the software)?

    Posted 03/20/2014
  • yifangt
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    Is there a forum for beginners like me? Seqanswer is one, but it would be better to have amos threads there or here. Or, where to get the update information? It seems there are some issues with the installation. I am desparate to get some help. Thanks

    Posted 05/31/2013
  • tfileme
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    Easy for use.

    Posted 05/27/2013
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Advanced End Users

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Perl, C++, C

Registered

2005-03-18

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