kSNP3.0: SNP detection and phylogenetic analysis of genomes without genome alignment or reference genome

Bioinformatics
Shea N GardnerBarry G Hall

Abstract

We announce the release of kSNP3.0, a program for SNP identification and phylogenetic analysis without genome alignment or the requirement for reference genomes. kSNP3.0 is a significantly improved version of kSNP v2. kSNP3.0 is implemented as a package of stand-alone executables for Linux and Mac OS X under the open-source BSD license. The executable packages, source code and a full User Guide are freely available at https://sourceforge.net/projects/ksnp/files/ barryghall@gmail.com.

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