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 e5f62a3c authored by Khalid Kunji's avatar Khalid Kunji

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Once you have the files, there are executables compiled on Red Hat, 64 bit Linux, if this is not your system, then you may need to recompile them:
Starting from the folder where you downloaded run_GIGI
cd GIGI-Quick/SPLIT/
g++ GIGISplit.cpp -o gigisplit
cd ../MERGE/
g++ GIGIMerge.cpp -o gigimerge
```cd GIGI-Quick/SPLIT/```
```g++ GIGISplit.cpp -o gigisplit```
```cd ../MERGE/ ```
```g++ GIGIMerge.cpp -o gigimerge```
That's it, GIGI-Quick is installed, they main file/command to run it is run_GIGI
If you like you can now add GIGI-Quick to your path, the examples assume that you have, you can do this by adding the folling to your .bashrc (located in your home folder)
export PATH=${PATH}:/path/to/folder/where/you/put/run_GIGI
```export PATH=${PATH}:/path/to/folder/where/you/put/run_GIGI```
Then source your .bashrc to apply the changes right away
```source ~/.bashrc```
#### Usage
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