[Bioperl-l] Next-gen modules
avilella at gmail.com
Fri Mar 12 02:28:20 EST 2010
> I think not. Well, at least SeqFeature::Store doesn't scale. Try storing
> millions of features in a database and watch it crawl to complete
> unusability. I can't imagine a db scaling to holding hundreds of TB of data
> either. I'm also not sure what the benefit is. There are already high-speed
> ways of indexing your fastq or bam files.
What are the available options to have a quick indexing of fastq files
that can be integrated into bioperl? Bio::Index::fastq can be
painfully slow for the latest Illumina runs...
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