DSK is a k-mer counting software, similar to Jellyfish. DSK can be executed on any machine (only 1 GB memory required for a mammalian dataset) with reasonably low temporary disk usage, and supports any value of k. DSK can count k-mers of large Illumina datasets on laptops and desktop computers.
- HPC_DSK_DIR - installation directory
- HPC_DSK_DOC - documentation directory
- HPC_DSK_EXE - example directory
If you publish research that uses dsk you have to cite it as follows: