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These are release notes for Celera Assembler version 8.0, which was released on November 5th, 2013. This distribution package provides a stable, tested, documented version of the software. The distribution is usable on most Unix-like platforms, and some platforms have pre-compiled binary distributions ready for installation. The source code package includes full source code (revision r4466), Makefiles, and scripts. A subset of the kmer package (http://kmer.sourceforge.net/, revision r1969), used by some modules of Celera Assembler, is included. This package was prepared by scientists at the J. Craig Venter Institute (http://www.jcvi.org/) with funding provided by the National Institutes of Health (http://www.nih.gov/). Full documentation can be found online at http://wgs-assembler.sourceforge.net/. Citation Please cite Celera Assembler in publications that refer to its algorithm or its output. The standard citation is the original paper [Myers et al. (2000) A Whole-Genome Assembly of Drosophila. Science 287 2196-2204]. More recent papers describe modifications for human genome assembly [Istrail et al. 2004; Levy et al. 2007], metagenomics assembly [Venter et al. 2004; Rusch et al. 2007], haplotype separation [Levy et al. 2007; Denisov et al. 2008], a Sanger+pyrosequencing hybrid pipeline [Goldberg et al. 2006], native assembly of 454 data [Miller et al. 2008], and correction and assembly of single-molecule sequences [Koren et. al. 2012, Koren et. al. 2013]. There are links to these papers, and more, in the on-line documentation (http://wgs-assembler.sourceforge.net/). Compilation and Installation Users can download Celera Assembler as source code or as pre-compiled binaries. The source code package needs to be compiled and installed before it can be used. The binary distributions need only be unpacked, but they are not available for all platforms. To use the source code, execute these commands on any unix-like platform: % bzip2 -dc wgs-8.0.tar.bz2 | tar -xf - % cd wgs-8.0 % cd kmer % gmake install % cd .. % curl -L https://github.com/samtools/samtools/archive/0.1.19.tar.gz -o samtools.tar.gz % tar xvzf samtools.tar.gz % mv samtools-0.1.19 samtools % cd samtools % make % cd ../src % gmake % cd .. To use the binary distributions, choose a platform, download that package, then unpack it with some unix command like this: % bzip2 -dc wgs_8.0_MyPlatform.tar.bz2 | tar -xf - In both cases, you can run the assembler with: % wgs-8.0/*/bin/runCA Legal Copyright 1999-2004 by Applera Corporation. Copyright 2005-2013 by the J. Craig Venter Institute. The Celera Assembler software, also known as the wgs-assembler and CABOG, is open-source and available free of charge subject to the GNU General Public License, version 2.
Source: README.txt, updated 2013-11-24

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