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Put All Readings In One Contig

This assembly mode assumes that all the readings align and simply stacks them on top of one another in a new contig. It can be useful for comparing sequence families etc.

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Assembly usually works on sets of reading names and they can be read from either a "file" or a "list" and an appropriate browser is available to enable users to choose the name of the file or list. If just a single reading is to be assembled choose "single" and enter the filename instead of the file or list of filenames.

The routine writes the names of all the readings that are not entered to a "file" or a "list" and an appropriate browser is available to enable users to choose the name of the file or list.


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This page is maintained by James Bonfield. Last generated on 2 Febuary 1999.
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