Knowing where reads can uniquely map in the genome is useful for nascent RNA assays, both in statistical calculations and to make predictions. kmap takes two inputs: a genome and the read length, K. The output is automatically cached on disk.
|Author||Deivydas Giedrimas, Pariksheet Nanda|
|Maintainer||Deivydas Giedrimas <[email protected]>|
|Package repository||View on GitHub|
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