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<p>I'm just using this repository to store a zip'd chunk of data. Pair this nicely with the sub-tree that resides inside the repo at <a href="https://github.com/sashaflevy/PPiSeq.git" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/sashaflevy/PPiSeq.git</a> , it's called <code>darach_subtree</code>. </p> <p>It's uploaded as chunks, because internet. So you download the chunks, then you can use the <code>unfold_archive</code> rule which will <code>cat</code> those together to make <code>data-archive.zip</code> and then will, after confirmation, unzip that into <code>data</code>. Then type <code>make nextflow</code>. That should curl down the latest <code>nextflow</code>, and use that to pull and launch <code>Singularity</code> containers to process the data.</p> <p>Look in the <code><a href="http://README.md" rel="nofollow">README.md</a></code> inside the subtree for more info.</p>
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