Supernova

Supernova is a software package for de novo assembly from Chromium Linked-Reads that are made from a single whole-genome library from an individual DNA source. A key feature of Supernova is that it creates diploid assemblies, thus separately representing maternal and paternal chromosomes over very long distances. Almost all other methods instead merge homologous chromosomes into single incorrect 'consensus' sequences. Supernova is the only practical method for creating diploid assemblies of large genomes.

Supernova is a product of 10X Genomics.

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Usage 

To see what versions of supernova are available type

module avail supernova

To see what other modules are needed, what commands are available and how to get additional help type

module help  supernova

To use supernova, first issue the command like this in your batch job or interactive session to load the Supernova module:

module load supernova

 To see help on supernova, type

module help supernova

Be sure you also load any other modules needed, as listed by the module help supernova  command.

 

 

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