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Add performance benchmarks similar to Samtools CRAM benchmarking page #1661

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heuermh opened this Issue Aug 8, 2017 · 1 comment

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heuermh commented Aug 8, 2017

Add performance benchmarks similar to http://www.htslib.org/benchmarks/CRAM.html on the same data.

Although I'm not sure these particular benchmarks actually do anything. Can anyone translate?

"Conversion from BAM to is achieved via htslib test_view -b or -C. Decoding times are computed using test_view -B (benchmarking mode) with performs input, uncompression and decoding only. Encoding time includes decoding of the input BAM, so subtract the BAM decoding time to get encode-only, although the difference is only minor."

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I think the size benchmarks are reasonable. The decoding time benchmarks are a bit hard to interpret, and are probably more interpretable as application level benchmarks like in #1634.

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fnothaft commented Aug 8, 2017

I think the size benchmarks are reasonable. The decoding time benchmarks are a bit hard to interpret, and are probably more interpretable as application level benchmarks like in #1634.

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