Split Sequence Bloom Trees

The Experiment Discovery Problem Public databases such at the NIH Sequencing Read Archive (SRA) now contain hundreds of thousands of short-read sequencing experiments. A major challenge now is making that raw data accessible and useful for biological analysis — researchers must be able to find the relevant and related experiments…

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Split Sequence Bloom Trees Preprint

Our pre-print on “Split Sequence Bloom Trees” has appeared on bioRxiv: Brad Solomon and Carl Kingsford. Improved Search of Large Transcriptomic Sequencing Databases Using Split Sequence Bloom Trees. See also the simultaneous posting of a related pre-print: Chen Sun, Robert S. Harris, Rayan Chikhi, and Paul Medvedev. AllSome Sequence Bloom…

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