Processing FASTQ data from an Illumina MiSeq
Maps all the reads from a sample against a set of reference sequences, then stitches all the reads into consensus sequences and coverage maps.
A monitoring system regularly checks the file system for unprocessed runs, transfers FASTQ.gz files to the cluster and executes the pipeline.
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Third Party Components
MiCall makes use of several open-source tools. Here is a list of tools with their licenses.
Requests is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license.
Python 3.4 is distributed under the Python 3.4 license.
Bowtie2 and Python-Levenshtein are distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Matplotlib is distributed under the Matplotlib license.
Reportlab is distributed under the BSD license.
Pyyaml and Cutadapt are distributed under the MIT license.