2020 8/19 追記
ここでは、最新のハードウェアをフルに活用できるFASTQファイル用の非常に高速な統合品質管理ツールであるRabbitQCを紹介する。このツールには様々な操作が含まれており、様々なシーケンス技術（Illumina、Oxford Nanopore、PacBio）をサポートしている。RabbitQCは、他の最先端のツールと比較して、1桁から2桁のスピードアップを実現している。C +++ のソースとバイナリは https://github.com/ZekunYin/RabbitQC で入手可能である。
git clone https://github.com/ZekunYin/RabbitQC.git
rabbit_qc: an ultra-fast all-in-one FASTQ preprocessor
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usage: ./rabbit_qc [options] ...
-i, --in1 read1 input file name (string [=])
-o, --out1 read1 output file name (string [=])
-I, --in2 read2 input file name (string [=])
-O, --out2 read2 output file name (string [=])
-6, --phred64 indicate the input is using phred64 scoring (it'll be converted to phred33, so the output will still be phred33)
-z, --compression compression level for gzip output (1 ~ 9). 1 is fastest, 9 is smallest, default is 4. (int [=4])
--stdin input from STDIN. If the STDIN is interleaved paired-end FASTQ, please also add --interleaved_in.
--stdout stream passing-filters reads to STDOUT. This option will result in interleaved FASTQ output for paired-end input. Disabled by default.
--interleaved_in indicate that <in1> is an interleaved FASTQ which contains both read1 and read2. Disabled by default.
--reads_to_process specify how many reads/pairs to be processed. Default 0 means process all reads. (int [=0])
--dont_overwrite don't overwrite existing files. Overwritting is allowed by default.
-V, --verbose output verbose log information (i.e. when every 1M reads are processed).
-A, --disable_adapter_trimming adapter trimming is enabled by default. If this option is specified, adapter trimming is disabled
-a, --adapter_sequence the adapter for read1. For SE data, if not specified, the adapter will be auto-detected. For PE data, this is used if R1/R2 are found not overlapped. (string [=auto])
--adapter_sequence_r2 the adapter for read2 (PE data only). This is used if R1/R2 are found not overlapped. If not specified, it will be the same as <adapter_sequence> (string [=auto])
--detect_adapter_for_pe by default, the auto-detection for adapter is for SE data input only, turn on this option to enable it for PE data.
-f, --trim_front1 trimming how many bases in front for read1, default is 0 (int [=0])
-t, --trim_tail1 trimming how many bases in tail for read1, default is 0 (int [=0])
-b, --max_len1 if read1 is longer than max_len1, then trim read1 at its tail to make it as long as max_len1. Default 0 means no limitation (int [=0])
-F, --trim_front2 trimming how many bases in front for read2. If it's not specified, it will follow read1's settings (int [=0])
-T, --trim_tail2 trimming how many bases in tail for read2. If it's not specified, it will follow read1's settings (int [=0])
-B, --max_len2 if read2 is longer than max_len2, then trim read2 at its tail to make it as long as max_len2. Default 0 means no limitation. If it's not specified, it will follow read1's settings (int [=0])
-g, --trim_poly_g force polyG tail trimming, by default trimming is automatically enabled for Illumina NextSeq/NovaSeq data
--poly_g_min_len the minimum length to detect polyG in the read tail. 10 by default. (int [=10])
-G, --disable_trim_poly_g disable polyG tail trimming, by default trimming is automatically enabled for Illumina NextSeq/NovaSeq data
-x, --trim_poly_x enable polyX trimming in 3' ends.
--poly_x_min_len the minimum length to detect polyX in the read tail. 10 by default. (int [=10])
-5, --cut_by_quality5 enable per read cutting by quality in front (5'), default is disabled (WARNING: this will interfere deduplication for both PE/SE data)
-3, --cut_by_quality3 enable per read cutting by quality in tail (3'), default is disabled (WARNING: this will interfere deduplication for SE data)
-W, --cut_window_size the size of the sliding window for sliding window trimming, default is 4 (int [=4])
-M, --cut_mean_quality the bases in the sliding window with mean quality below cutting_quality will be cut, default is Q20 (int [=20])
-Q, --disable_quality_filtering quality filtering is enabled by default. If this option is specified, quality filtering is disabled
-q, --qualified_quality_phred the quality value that a base is qualified. Default 15 means phred quality >=Q15 is qualified. (int [=15])
-u, --unqualified_percent_limit how many percents of bases are allowed to be unqualified (0~100). Default 40 means 40% (int [=40])
-n, --n_base_limit if one read's number of N base is >n_base_limit, then this read/pair is discarded. Default is 5 (int [=5])
-L, --disable_length_filtering length filtering is enabled by default. If this option is specified, length filtering is disabled
-l, --length_required reads shorter than length_required will be discarded, default is 15. (int [=15])
--length_limit reads longer than length_limit will be discarded, default 0 means no limitation. (int [=0])
-y, --low_complexity_filter enable low complexity filter. The complexity is defined as the percentage of base that is different from its next base (base[i] != base[i+1]).
-Y, --complexity_threshold the threshold for low complexity filter (0~100). Default is 30, which means 30% complexity is required. (int [=30])
--filter_by_index1 specify a file contains a list of barcodes of index1 to be filtered out, one barcode per line (string [=])
--filter_by_index2 specify a file contains a list of barcodes of index2 to be filtered out, one barcode per line (string [=])
--filter_by_index_threshold the allowed difference of index barcode for index filtering, default 0 means completely identical. (int [=0])
-c, --correction enable base correction in overlapped regions (only for PE data), default is disabled
--overlap_len_require the minimum length of the overlapped region for overlap analysis based adapter trimming and correction. 30 by default. (int [=30])
--overlap_diff_limit the maximum difference of the overlapped region for overlap analysis based adapter trimming and correction. 5 by default. (int [=5])
-U, --umi enable unique molecular identifier (UMI) preprocessing
--umi_loc specify the location of UMI, can be (index1/index2/read1/read2/per_index/per_read, default is none (string [=])
--umi_len if the UMI is in read1/read2, its length should be provided (int [=0])
--umi_prefix if specified, an underline will be used to connect prefix and UMI (i.e. prefix=UMI, UMI=AATTCG, final=UMI_AATTCG). No prefix by default (string [=])
--umi_skip if the UMI is in read1/read2, rabbit_qc can skip several bases following UMI, default is 0 (int [=0])
-p, --overrepresentation_analysis enable overrepresented sequence analysis.
-P, --overrepresentation_sampling one in (--overrepresentation_sampling) reads will be computed for overrepresentation analysis (1~10000), smaller is slower, default is 20. (int [=20])
-h, --html the html format report file name (string [=RabbitQC.html])
-R, --report_title should be quoted with ' or ", default is "rabbitQC report" (string [=RabbitQC report])
-w, --thread worker thread number, default is [max CPU cores - 2] (int [=2])
-s, --split split output by limiting total split file number with this option (2~999), a sequential number prefix will be added to output name ( 0001.out.fq, 0002.out.fq...), disabled by default (int [=0])
-S, --split_by_lines split output by limiting lines of each file with this option(>=1000), a sequential number prefix will be added to output name ( 0001.out.fq, 0002.out.fq...), disabled by default (long [=0])
-d, --split_prefix_digits the digits for the sequential number padding (1~10), default is 4, so the filename will be padded as 0001.xxx, 0 to disable padding (int [=4])
-D, --TGS whether process third generation sequenceing data
-m, --minlen Minimum length of reads to be included in the plots (int [=200])
-?, --help print this message
../rabbit_qc -w 4 -i R1.fq -I R2.fq -o out.R1.fq.gz -O out.R2.fq.gz
../rabbit_qc -w 4 -D -i in.fq
RabbitQC: High-speed scalable quality control for sequencing data
Zekun Yin, Hao Zhang, Meiyang Liu, Wen Zhang, Honglei Song, Haidong Lan, Yanjie Wei, Beifang Niu, Bertil Schmidt, Weiguo Liu
Bioinformatics. 2020 Aug 13
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