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tools for finding an optimal kmer

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# Kitsune Kitsune is a toolkit for evaluate the lenght of optimal k-mer in dataset.

## Basics Kitsune provides many methods to evaluate the amount of information by given k-mer. This quantitative measurement could be use to calculate the amount of need k-mer

## Installation Clone the repository and install it throught pip ` pip install kitsune `

## Usage

### Calculate k-mer from CRE, ACF, and OFC value Kitsune provides three commands for calculate an appropiate k-mer using CRE, ACF, and OCF.

` kitsune cre genome_fasta/* -ks 5 -ke 10\n kitsune acf genome_fasta/* -ks 5 -ke 10\n kitsune ocf genome_fasta/* -ks 5 -ke 10 `

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