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calef [User experience]
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calef [Error correction]
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   * Some scripts contain error but they aren't hard to fix.   * Some scripts contain error but they aren't hard to fix.
 =====Running Meraculous===== =====Running Meraculous=====
-  * Execute run_meraculous.sh scripts along with the configuration file+  * Execute run_meraculous.sh scripts along with user-provided ​configuration file
   * Configuration file contains info on where where data is and what format it comes in   * Configuration file contains info on where where data is and what format it comes in
-  * It creates ​a timestamped folder that includes directories containing results of each step and executables to modify ​the run +  * Creates ​a timestamped folder that includes directories containing results of each step and executables to suspend, resume, or restart ​the run from that step 
-  * Then you can check the errors that made a run fail and resume the run +  * Thorough error-logging at each step, allowing ​you to check the errors that made a run fail and then resume the run after fixing the errors 
-  * Logs are informative+  * SGE-aware, handles qsub and monitoring jobs
 =====Overall impression===== =====Overall impression=====
   * Straightforward to figure out what went wrong just requiring a basic understanding of Perl   * Straightforward to figure out what went wrong just requiring a basic understanding of Perl
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   * Logs are very useful   * Logs are very useful
 =====Error correction===== =====Error correction=====
-  * Meraculous requires error correction and adapter removal. Trimming is unnecessary. +  * Meraculous requires error correction and adapter removal. Trimming is unnecessary, as low quality reads are ignored during contig formation
-  * High error rates stop the assembler. Need to be removed.+  * High error rates bog down the assembler. Need to be removed.
   * Kmer size chosen directly affects assembly quality   * Kmer size chosen directly affects assembly quality
 =====KamerGenie===== =====KamerGenie=====
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