Just a heads up, we don't have a huge amount of space on this machine, ~750 GB for the git repos. We can include some data in the projects, but really big datasets will need to remain elsewhere. For anyone new to Git, this is a fairly good place to start: http://gitref.org/index.html Documentation for Gitlab is available here: http://doc.gitlab.com/

Commit 85397727 authored by Khalid Kunji's avatar Khalid Kunji

Update README.md

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##### With Git
git clone https://cse-git.qcri.org/Imputation/GIGI-Quick.git
##### With a browser
Go to this url: https://cse-git.qcri.org/Imputation/GIGI-Quick
Click on the icon with the down arrow just to the left of the "+" icon.
Go to this url: https://cse-git.qcri.org/Imputation/GIGI-Quick/tree/master
Click on the icon with the download arrow above the column "Last Update" on the right hand side.
There are several download options with different compressions, if you get run_GIGI this way, then you will need to decompress it before proceeding
#### Installation
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[MEMORY IN MB] using an estimate of the amount of memory GIGI may need. If -m [MEMORY IN MB] wasn't given, then it will use the amount of memory available
as shown by 'free.' For older kernels this isn't shown and we use an estimate that is no longer accurate for modern systems (amount free + amount of buff/cache).
https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=34e431b0ae398fc54ea69ff85ec700722c9da773 Also, -t is ignored when -q is given.
-e [MEMORY IN MB] : Not yet implemented, manual estimate of how much memory GIGI will need for queued mode in case the calculated estimate is too inaccurate
-e [MEMORY IN MB] : Manual estimate of how much memory GIGI will need for queued mode in case the calculated estimate is too inaccurate
Examples:
```bash
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