Commit 9a1a6239 authored by Aaron Petkau's avatar Aaron Petkau

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The datasets from the [SNVPhyl manuscript][] were run on a single machine using the Docker version of the pipeline. The following table presents the run times (to go from sequence reads to a phylogeny) and data sizes of each case.
| Case | Number of genomes | Total size of reads (GB) | Runtime (min) |
|:---------------------:|:-----------------:|:------------------------:|:-------------:|
| Simulated data | 4 | 1.4 | 16 |
| SNV density filtering | 11 | 13 | 21 |
| Salmonella Heidleberg | 59 | 40 | 192 |
| Case | Number of genomes | Total size of reads (GB) | Runtime (min) |
|:-----------------------:|:-----------------:|:------------------------:|:-------------:|
| Simulated data | 4 | 1.4 | 16 |
| SNV density filtering | 11 | 13 | 21 |
| *Salmonella* Heidelberg | 59 | 40 | 192 |
The **Simulated data** case was run using a set of simulated reads through SNVPhyl, based off of *E. coli* str. Sakai (NC_002695) and two plasmids (NC_002128 and NC_002127). The other two cases were run with real-world data. The **SNV density filtering** case was run using a set of 11 *Streptococcus pneumoniae* genomes through SNVPhyl, in particular the runtime presented was recorded when no SNV density filtering was applied. The **Salmonella Heidleberg** case was run using a set of 59 *Salmonella* Heidleberg genomes, and in particular the runtime presented corresponds to the case of using a minimum coverage threshold of 10X while keeping all other parameters at default values.
The **Simulated data** case was run using a set of simulated reads through SNVPhyl, based off of *E. coli* str. Sakai (NC_002695) and two plasmids (NC_002128 and NC_002127). The other two cases were run with real-world data. The **SNV density filtering** case was run using a set of 11 *Streptococcus pneumoniae* genomes through SNVPhyl, in particular the runtime presented was recorded when no SNV density filtering was applied. The **_Salmonella_ Heidelberg** case was run using a set of 59 *Salmonella* Heidelberg genomes, and in particular the runtime presented corresponds to the case of using a minimum coverage threshold of 10X while keeping all other parameters at default values.
The machine used to run each of these cases was an Intel Xeon CPU @ 3.33 GHz, 16 cores, and 24 GB of memory. More details on the methods can be found in the [SNVPhyl manuscript][], or in [snvphyl-validations][] github project.
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