A compiler that supports C++11 is needed to build nanopolish. Development of the code is performed using gcc-4.8.
By default, nanopolish will download and compile all of its required dependencies. Some users however may want to use system-wide versions of the libraries. To turn off the automatic installation of dependencies set HDF5=noinstall, EIGEN=noinstall or HTS=noinstall parameters when running make as appropriate. The current versions and compile options for the dependencies are:
Installing the latest code from github (recommended)¶
You can download and compile the latest code from github as follows
git clone --recursive https://github.com/jts/nanopolish.git cd nanopolish make
Installing a particular release¶
When major features have been added or bugs fixed, we will tag and release a new version of nanopolish. If you wish to use a particular version, you can checkout the tagged version before compiling
git clone --recursive https://github.com/jts/nanopolish.git cd nanopolish git checkout v0.7.1 make
To run using docker¶
First build the image from the dockerfile:
docker build .
Note the uuid given upon successful build. Then you can run nanopolish from the image:
docker run -v /path/to/local/data/data/:/data/ -it :image_id ./nanopolish eventalign -r /data/reads.fa -b /data/alignments.sorted.bam -g /data/ref.fa