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Table 4 Assessment of assembly qualities for very low coverage of long reads at maximum short read coverage (\(\sim 43\times \)) on human

From: LazyB: fast and cheap genome assembly

X Tool Compl.[%] #ctg #MA MM InDels
1\(\times \) LazyB 10.329 38342 109 831.14 773.86
LazyB+QM 19.023 39588 280 418.26 332.60
Wtdbg2 0.285 6724 21 1477.08 313.01
DBG2OLC 0.771 9475 10 1050.82 202.51
Wengan 67.220 116201 4057 208.38 142.51
2\(\times \) LazyB 25.865 69043 432 938.26 814.44
LazyB+QM 35.151 68180 693 648.35 521.57
Wtdbg2 2.069 24346 126 1334.25 384.36
DBG2OLC 3.904 34069 58 959.98 492.63
Wengan 72.915 90784 4954 259.42 195.63
2.5\(\times \) LazyB 32.126 70690 692 978.28 825.80
LazyB+QM 39.796 69053 917 753.19 606.78
Wtdbg2 3.702 32031 163 1202.70 412.21
DBG2OLC 7.104 42864 170 1044.31 679.40
Wengan 74.835 80605 5115 271.25 211.36
\({\sim} 43\times \) ABySS 84.180 510315 2669 98.53 25.03
  1. Column descriptions: X: coverage of sequencing data, complcompleteness of the assembly. #ctg: number of contigs, #MA: number of mis-assemblies (breakpoints relative to the reference assembly) M isMatches and InDels: relative to the reference genomes