Provided by: mira-assembler_4.9.6-4_amd64 bug


       miramem - estimating needed memory for a MIRA assembly project


       When called from the command line, it will ask a number of questions and then print out an
       estimate of the amount of RAM needed to assemble the project. Take this  estimate  with  a
       grain  of  salt,  depending on the sequences properties, variations in the estimate can be
       +/- 30% for bacteria and 'simple' eukaryotes. The higher the number  of  repeats  is,  the
       more likely you will need to restrict memory usage in some way or another.




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       The author of the mira code is Bastien Chevreux <>

       This manual page was written by Andreas Tille <> but can  be  freely  used
       for any other distribution.