AutoEditor is a tool for correcting sequencing and basecaller errors using sequence assembly and chromatogram data. On average AutoEditor corrects 80% of erroneous base calls, with an accuracy of 99.99%.This in turn improves the overall accuracy of genome sequences and facilitates the use of these sequences for polymorphism discovery.
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“Automated correction of genome sequence errors.”
Gajer P, Schatz M, Salzberg SL,
Nucleic Acids Research, 2004. 32(2):562-9.