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Transfuse

Transfuse intelligently merges your multiple de novo transcriptome assemblies. Run multiple assemblies with different de novo assemblers, or different settings in the same assembler and have them combined into a single high quality transcriptome.

Transfuse takes in the reads you used to perform your transcriptome assembly and a list of your assemblies as fasta files and produces a single output fasta file.

Installation and Running

Download the latest release and unpack it. This package contains everything that transfuse needs including a version of ruby.

Usage

Transfuse is run on the command line. The options are:

  -a, --assemblies=<s>    assembly files in FASTA format, comma-separated
  -l, --left=<s>          left reads file in FASTQ format
  -r, --right=<s>         right reads file in FASTQ format
  -o, --output=<s>        write merged assembly to file
  -t, --threads=<i>       number of threads (default: 1)
  -i, --id=<f>            sequence identity to cluster at (default: 1.0)
  -v, --verbose           be verbose
  -e, --version           Print version and exit
  -h, --help              Show this message

An example command:

transfuse --assemblies soap-k31.fa,soap-k41.fa,soap-k51.fa --left reads_1.fq --right reads_2.fq --output soap-merged.fa --threads 12

Contributing

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/cboursnell/transfuse

Tranfuse is currently in development.

If you want to suggest, and maybe implement, a new feature, please suggest it on the tracker first.

License

This is adademic software - please cite us if you use it in your work.

Transfuse is released under the MIT license.