ABySS is a de novo, parallel, paired-end sequence assembler that is designed for short reads. The single-processor version is useful for assembling genomes up to 100 Mbases in size. The parallel version is implemented using MPI and is capable of assembling larger genomes.

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please post your ABySS questions to BioStar! Ben Vandervalk 1/20/15
A question on how abyss-pe manages to find the library files leonardo alves 5/3/18
compiling with google sparsehash 1.8.1 Arthur Pastuer 3/29/18
abyss performance jca...@gmail.com 3/28/18
ERROR 127: ABYSS-P: error while loading shared libraries: libmpi.so.40: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Vid 11/24/17
Can't find ABYSS-P after compiling Vid 11/24/17
Assembly size reduced after Sealer Sagar 7/10/17
Assembling single end reads in abyss Dr. Gaurav Sablok 6/2/17
abyss-pe failure after files read aquat...@g.hmc.edu 4/6/17
abyss-sealer scales not very well on many CPUs? Sven 4/3/17
abyss-konnector installation problem Felipe Aguilera 2/2/17
coverage histogram chrisbala 1/10/17
abyss-pe error: duplicate read ID Alejandro Sanchez 1/4/17
runnign abyss-pe on PBS cluster Gautam Singh 11/3/16
abyss-todot error Salim B 9/19/16
announcement: ABySS 2.0.1 release Ben Vandervalk 9/14/16
announcement: ABySS 2.0.0 release Ben Vandervalk 9/1/16
Issues configuring on High Throughput Computer Zach Cohen 8/31/16
ABYSS for Large Plant Genome ~ 600 to 900 MB Aditya Mehta 8/22/16
abyss-sealer Nisha pillai 8/2/16
non-standard fasta header format Matteo 7/22/16
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