Bug#872622: marked as done (ITP: bandage -- Bioinformatics Application for Navigating De novo Assembly Graphs Easily)
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regarding ITP: bandage -- Bioinformatics Application for Navigating De novo Assembly Graphs Easily
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* Package name : bandage
Version : 0.8.1
Upstream Author : Ryan R. Wick <[hidden email]>
* URL : https://github.com/rrwick/Bandage/ * License : GPL3
Programming Lang: C++
Description : Bioinformatics Application for Navigating De novo Assembly Graphs Easily
Bandage is a GUI program that allows users to interact with the assembly graphs made by de novo
assemblers such as Velvet, SPAdes, MEGAHIT and others.
De novo assembly graphs contain not only assembled contigs but also the connections between
those contigs, which were previously not easily accessible. Bandage visualises assembly graphs,
with connections, using graph layout algorithms. Nodes in the drawn graph, which represent
contigs, can be automatically labelled with their ID, length or depth. Users can interact with
the graph by moving, labelling and colouring nodes. Sequence information can also be extracted
directly from the graph viewer. By displaying connections between contigs, Bandage opens up new
possibilities for analysing and improving de novo assemblies that are not possible by looking at
More information and download links are on the Bandage website: rrwick.github.io/Bandage
The package is relevant to the field of genome assembly and will be maintained by the Debian Med
We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
bandage, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive.
A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
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