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- person_outline Zexuan Zhu <>
I could compress the example fastq of 31M was to 8.6M. This is exactly the same size as if you would use gzip on this file. Using bzip2 the file size is reduced even further to 7.3M.
Additionally when I tried to compress my own fastq files (human) I got he error 'error genome file size'. After solving this issue in a hard coded way, I got a buffer overflow using the LWFQZip -c command.