Snap

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Description

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SNAP is a new sequence aligner that is 3-20x faster and just as accurate as existing tools like BWA-mem, Bowtie2 and Novoalign. It runs on commodity x86 processors, and supports a rich error model that lets it cheaply match reads with more differences from the reference than other tools. This gives SNAP up to 2x lower error rates than existing tools (in some cases) and lets it match larger mutations that they may miss. SNAP also natively reads BAM, FASTQ, or gzipped FASTQ, and natively writes SAM or BAM, with built-in sorting, duplicate marking, and BAM indexing.

Required Modules

modules documentation

Serial

  • snap

System Variables

  • HPC_SNAP_DIR - installation directory
  • HPC_SNAP_BIN - executable directory
  • HPC_SNAP_DOC - documentation directory




Citation

If you publish research that uses snap you have to cite it as follows: Matei Zaharia, William J. Bolosky, Kristal Curtis, Armando Fox, David Patterson, Scott Shenker, Ion Stoica, Richard M. Karp, and Taylor Sittler. arXiv:1111.5572v1, November 2011.