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mkESA

mkESA is a program for constructing enhanced suffix arrays (ESAs) from biological sequence data. The program is based on an implementation of Manzini's lightweight Deep-Shallow algorithm, which can also utilize multiple CPUs/cores for extra performance. The generated output is compatible with the output of mkvtree from the Vmatch package.

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  •  14 Jul 2009 21:02

    Release Notes: This release no longer crashes if the input sequence ends in a wildcard character.

    •  09 Jul 2009 08:35

      Release Notes: A predefined alphabet was added for mixed DNA/RNA data. Minor bugfixes and changes have been applied. The configure script now automatically sets the runtime linker search path (rpath).

      •  11 Jun 2009 09:56

        Release Notes: Initial release on Freshmeat.

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