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<h1>Where to add a new format</h1>
<p>In the <code>workflows/</code> directory, ng6 provides a <code></code> file where new formats can be added.</p>
<pre class="pre-hl "><code class="ini">jflow/
<pre class="pre-hl "><code class="ini">ng6/
├── bin/
├── docs/
├── src/
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<p class="lead">Bla bla bla.</p>
<p class="lead">An integrated next generation sequencing storage and processing environment.</p>
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<p>bla bla bla</p>
Next generation sequencing platforms are now well implanted in sequencing centers and some laboratories. Upcoming smaller scale machines
such as the 454 junior from Roche or the MiSeq from Illumina will increase the number of laboratories hosting a sequencer. In such a context,
it is important to provide these teams with an easily manageable environment to store and process the produced data.
We describe a user-friendly information system able to manage large sets of sequencing data. It includes, on one hand, a
workflow environment already containing pipelines adapted to different input formats (sff, fasta, fastq and qseq), different sequencers
(Roche 454, Illumina HiSeq) and various analyses (quality control, assembly, alignment, diversity studies,…) and, on the other hand,
a secured web site giving access to the results. The connected user will be able to download raw and processed data and browse through
the analysis result statistics. The provided workflows can easily be modified or extended and new ones can be added.
Jflow is used as a workflow building, running and monitoring system. The analyzes can be run locally or in any cluster environment system.
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<section id="introduction" class="group">
<h1 class="page-header">Introduction <small>to the quickstart</small></h1>
<p>The following <code>quickstart</code> intends to implement a basic workflow aiming at aligning reads against a reference genome. To do so,
<p>The following <code>quickstart</code> intends to implement a basic NG6Workflow aiming at aligning reads against a reference genome. To do so,
the developper needs to create components. A component is a workflow step. The components to create in this tutorial are:</p>
<li><code>BWAIndex</code> in order to index the reference genome,</li>
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<h1>Where to add a new type</h1>
<p>In the <code>workflows/</code> directory, ng6 provides a <code></code> file where new types can be added.</p>
<pre class="pre-hl"><code class="ini">jflow/
<pre class="pre-hl"><code class="ini">ng6/
├── bin/
├── docs/
├── src/
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