sourmash tutorials and notebooks¶
The first two tutorials!¶
These tutorials are both command line tutorials that should work on Mac OS X and Linux. They require about 5 GB of disk space and 5 GB of RAM.
Background and details¶
These next three tutorials are all notebooks that you can view, run yourself, or run interactively online via the binder service.
If you prefer R, we have a short guide to using sourmash output with R.
- The first sourmash tutorial - making signatures, comparing, and searching
- Using sourmash LCA to do taxonomic classification
- An introduction to k-mers for genome comparison and analysis
- Some sourmash command line examples!
- sourmash: working with private collections of signatures
- Using the
sourmashoutput with R and other languages