CRAM format notes

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CRAM files are compressed versions of BAM files containing (aligned) sequencing reads. They represent a further file size reduction for this type of data that is generated at ever increasing quantities. Where SAM files are human-readable text files optimized for short read storage, BAM files are their binary equivalent, and CRAM files are a restructured […]

BlueFuse Multi Errors

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When processing microarray or sequencing data with BlueGnome’s / Illumina’s BlueFuse Multi software information and errors are automatically recorded in a log file. By default this should be found in C:\ProgramData\BlueGnome\BlueFuse Multi\blueMarker.log Specifically for the VeriSeq PGS application the following error code might be listed: FailNone = 1, FailInvalidDB = 2, FailInvalidModules = 3, FailPlatform […]