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SequenceDictionary vs Feature[RDD] of reference length features #1567

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heuermh opened this Issue Jun 15, 2017 · 2 comments

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What's the question here? IMO, with linear references, there's no use case for having a distributed data structure to store the reference info, because the number of reference sequences is so small, and you typically want cheap random access into the sequences. Did you have a use case in mind?

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What's the question here? IMO, with linear references, there's no use case for having a distributed data structure to store the reference info, because the number of reference sequences is so small, and you typically want cheap random access into the sequences. Did you have a use case in mind?

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Closing in favor of #1588

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heuermh commented Jul 6, 2017

Closing in favor of #1588

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