Flexible, multi-reference software for pre- and post-alignment analysis of nanopore sequencing data, quality and error profiles
NanoOK (pronounced na-nook) is a tool for extraction, alignment and analysis of Nanopore reads. NanoOK will extract reads as FASTA or FASTQ files, align them (with a choice of alignment tools), then generate a comprehensive multi-page PDF report containing yield, accuracy and quality analysis. Along the way, it generates plain text files which can be used for further analysis, as well as graphs suitable for inclusion in presentations and papers.
NanoOK has a number of dependencies - Perl, LaTeX, R and an alignment tool - which means it works best on Linux and Mac OS platforms.
- To find out how to install NanoOK, see the Download and installation page.
- For further information on NanoOK RT, see these comments.
- To find out how to run NanoOK, see the Running NanoOK page or the NanoOK tutorial page.
- Source code is on GitHub.
Talks and posters:
- Richard Leggett presented a poster at AGBT 2016 - here it is.
- Richard Leggett spoke at Genome Science 2015 - here are his slides.
- Richard Leggett spoke at the London Calling Nanopore conference - here are his slides.
- Robert Davey presented a poster at AGBT 2015 - here is the PDF.
- Here's some information about the other Nanook.
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Up-to-date documentation has moved to http://nanook.readthedocs.io
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