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How do you visualize minimap2's PAF output format?

As described by the developer of minimap2: PAF is a text format describing the approximate mapping positions between two set of sequences. He also suggest to use either Ribbon to visualize PAF files,...
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Why indexing sequence file with minimap2?

I have been using minimap2 for a few month now and I just found a code that follow these steps : ...
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What do the symbols mean in minimap2's gap cost equation?

Heng Li's paper on minimap2 is understandable to me right up until the moment that it gives this definition of gap cost: 2.2.1 Alignment with 2-piece affine gap cost Minimap2 performs DP-based ...
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Convert PAF format to SAM/BAM format

I have a bunch of PAF files resulting from the alignments of fastq files on a reference genome with minimap2. I would like to convert them into SAM/BAM format so I can use ...
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Mapping Reads to Known Gene Paralogs with Long Read Technology

I have some sequencing data from a captured region that is a known paralog edited. For now, I have been mapping the data using standard minimap2 flags for PacBio DNA sequencing: ...
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Error correction within the long read

I am going to get some data from plasmid sequencing to identify SNPs on the plasmids. What is done in the lab is the following: The plasmids are purified by size. We amplify the plasmids using the ...
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How to map reads shorter than 32bp with minimap2?

I mapped fasta sequences to a reference. The fasta sequences range in length from 17bp up to several hundred bp. I used minimap2 with the following command: ...
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Minimap2 -ax map-pb doesn't output tlen field

I have used minimap2 to map some pacbio reads to a reference genome. I would like to know the "insert size" (true length of sequence) relative to the reference. More specifically, I want to know the ...