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Table 3 Assembly results for human Rmap data simulated by OMSim using enzyme BspQI

From: Fast and efficient Rmap assembly using the Bi-labelled de Bruijn graph

Assembler Run time Peak Memory No. of contigs Max Mean GF(%) MA
Valouev \(> 360\) d n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Solve 122.4 d 94.8 169 14,133 (124.6 Mbp) 2,036 (16.4 Mbp) 93.8 4
rmapper 12.1 h 7.9 3865 1,380 (14.4 Mbp) 144 (1.4 Mbp) 95.8 0
\({\textsc {rmapper}}\) 2.0 22.2 h 18.8 3524 1,752 (18.5 Mbp) 203 (2.0 Mbp) 96.7 0
  1. The dataset has 377894 Rmaps of mean size of 61 fragments and coverage 80x. See Table 2 for a description of the assembly statistics and notation. As described in the text, rmapper2.0 extracts bi-labels from Rmaps in both forward and reverse directions