PHRAP : “Phragment Assembly Program”. Assembles shotgun DNA sequence data, developed by Phil Green link to homepage.
PHRAP documentation available here.
Requires Consed or phrapview editors.
Please have a look at academic user agreement.
Phrap is now installed under /campusdata/BME235/programs/phrap following instructions received from Phil Green.
Steps followed for installation :
zcat distrib.tar.Z | tar xvf - make
* If you have datasets with more than 64,000 reads, or that include sequences longer than 64,000 bp, you will need the .manyreads and/or .longreads versions of phrap and cross_match. These are created using the command > make manyreads * If you are operating a non-commercial (academic or government) computer facility which provides access to several independent investigators, you are required by the licensing agreement to set the permissions on the executables and source code to allow execute but not read access, so that the programs may not be copied. * The documentation is in three .doc files: general.doc, phrap.doc, and swat.doc. Please read it!
NOTE - Currently, the permissions set are : user and group has r-x permissions, and others have –x permissions for the executable files and source code files.