We all think that this would be a great tool to add, but actually
implementing it is a bit tricker than it may seem at first. To help
where we could, the Fastq Groomer was changed to offer a bit more
information about a run. But, knowing the source is still the best solution.
Hopefully this helps a little,
On 2/22/11 7:27 AM, Ryan Golhar wrote:
Is there a way to quickly determine what fastq filetype a particular
fastq file is? I ask because I was recently given a fastq which which I
incorrectly assumed to be fastqsanger. When I ran a fastx tool on the
file, the tool seg faulted. It took me a while to figure out that the
fastq type is not sanger.
Is there a tool available that report what the encoding type is?
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