Low-bandwidth and non-compute intensive remote identification of microbes from raw sequencing reads. (LBANCIRIOMFRSR in short)
Supplementary data for our manuscript: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0083784
The source code for the client in on bitbucket. Instructions to install it or run it as a container are available there: https://bitbucket.org/lgautier/dnasnout-client
Our benchmark can be reproduced with the following script:
with this list of reference genomes:
(note: this is creating load on what is a test server - consider running it only if really needed rather than out of curiosity).
Our server is at:
The code and data for running a similar server:
The code and history for dnasnout and Tapir is avaible in full on bitbucket.:
However, be warned that this is not really well packaged or meant to be of general use.
All entries present in the database when running the
benchmark are also available for reference: