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OnlineCall | Online parameter estimation and base calling for illumina's NGS

A fast basecalling scheme for Illumina's Next Generation sequencing machines, specifically designed for GAII. OnlineCall relies on a mathematical model that is a simplified version of the model used by BayesCall and naiveBayesCall. Parameters of the proposed model can be inferred in a computationally efficient manner. As a result, the parameter estimation step of OnlineCall is more than 3500 times faster than the parameter estimation step of BayesCall and naiveBayesCall.

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  • Haris Vikalo <>


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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA

Funding source(s)

National Institutes of Health (grant 1R21HG006171-01)

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