SexFindR Workflow Overview
These pages contain the documentation necessary to run SexFindR on your species of interest. The pages are meant to used in conjunction with the folders on Github (https://github.com/phil-grayson/SexFindR), which contain the same structure. Commands for the analysis of tiger pufferfish (Takifugu rubripes) are present throughout to reproduce these analyses as a test case. When relevant, software versions and links to the source code are presented when the software is mentioned the first time.
Commands were run using a combination of SLURM systems and standard Linux servers. When possible, configurations are provided for the SLURM systems in
.sh scripts (these are submitted with
sbatch commands). Commands that finish quickly, or commands that could only be run locally, are simply provided as command line input.
R code is also provided for relevant steps. File paths, module loads, SLURM accounts, etc. may need to be modified for your specific use case.
Please reach out to Dr. Phil Grayson (
phil.d.grayson <at> gmail.com) or open a GitHub issue if you experience difficulty running any part of the
Figure 1. SexFindR workflow in three steps