We have released PeakTrace 6.30 for x86_64 Redhat/CentOS 6.7. This update incorporates a number of major changes that improve trace processing and output quality. The full list of changes
- New Feature. Extra baseline option (-xb) for improved appearance of trace files.
- New Feature. Secondary noise peak option (-nsp) to add peak noise to the traces.
- Improved trace processing quality and speed.
- Unsupported run types now output .seq and .phd.1 files based on the KB basecall if these file types are requested.
- Trace types which do not contain quality scores can now be output in ab1 format (without quality scores) if either clean baseline, extra baseline, or extra normalization is selected.
- If the N base threshold is set to 1 or 0 and the fuse basecall value is greater than 0, then any N bases from the original KB basecall will be set a quality score of 2.
- Requires CodeMeter runtime 6.20 or higher (provided).
- Bug fixes and enhancements.
We will be releasing Auto PeakTrace 6.30 early next week as soon as the final testing is complete.