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RADseq1 data allow scientists to gather genome wide information with a low-cost approach compared to complete genome sequencing. In this training session, we will show how to analyze RADseq data to
Stacks works with restriction-enzyme based data, including GBS, CRoPS, and single and double digest RAD. Stacksidentifies loci in a set of individuals, either de novo or aligned to a reference genome (including gapped alignments), and then genotypes each locus. See the Stacks Manual for full details.
Stacks has been integrated into Galaxy and is available via the GUGGO Tool Shed.
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