[Bioc-devel] submitting a tiny data package (GmapGenome.Hsapiens.rCRS)
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Fri Nov 9 20:02:16 CET 2018
OTOH indexMTGenome() only takes 20s on my laptop to create, install and
Note that the size on disk of GmapGenome.Hsapiens.rCRS is 449M which is
surprising considering that the input of indexMTGenome() is a tiny 83K
FASTA file. That's for the source tree. 'R CMD build' then produces a
source tarball that is only 24M so is much reduced. Seems like the big
files in GmapGenome.Hsapiens.rCRS are very sparse!
Anyway this seems to be a reference genome so maybe would best belong to
On 11/9/18 08:42, Obenchain, Valerie wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> The options would be to make a data experiment package or put the data
> in ExperimentHub.
> Lori is our resident expert on these things but is out today. She'll be
> back next week and can provide more info.
> On 11/8/18 9:27 AM, Tim Triche, Jr. wrote:
>> What's the best/fastest way to do this? The package (MTseeker) will happily
>> build and install it for the user via the indexMTgenome() function, but
>> since I test for its presence prior to running examples, it seems like I
>> might as well have it available through BioC.
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