A script that takes a FASTQ file that is not paired-end (i.e., R1 alone) and converts it into two FASTQ files that are paired-end (i.e., R1 and R2). This is a quick-and-dirty workaround that halves each read from the original FASTQ and puts one half in the FASTQ file for R1 and puts the reverse-complement of the second half in the FASTQ file for R2. If you've ended up here, things have clearly not gone very well for you, and Evan, who battled similar battles and ended up implementing this solution wholeheartedly sympathizes.
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This program takes in a short-reads-fasta file and tries to recreate what paired reads for the data in that fasta file might look like.
An arbitrarily chosen half of the reads will be put into the R1 output, while the other half will be reverse complemented and put into the R2 output.
For example, if you ran
anvi-script-gen-pseudo-paired-reads-from-fastq -f short-reads-fasta \ -O MY_READS
Then you would end up with two files:
MY_READS_1.fastqwhich contains half of the reads straight out of your input file
MY_READS_2.fastqwhich contains the reverse complement of the other half of the reads.
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