Porechop is a tool for finding and removing adapters from Oxford Nanopore reads. Adapters on the ends of reads are trimmed off, and when a read has an adapter in its middle, it is treated as chimeric and chopped into separate reads. Porechop performs thorough alignments to effectively find adapters, even at low sequence identity.
The Porechop module parses the log file generated by Porechop, which is a tool for demultiplexing and processing nanopore data.
The module takes summary statistics of numbers of adapters and number of reads trimmed and displays them in the General Stats table as well as barplots.
File search patterns
porechop: contents: Looking for known adapter sets num_lines: 10