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Should RNA-seq libraries be aligned in parallel or consecutively?
I'm mapping several RNA-seq libraries to a genome with the aim of detecting nucleotide variation. I'm following the protocol "Calling variants in RNAseq".
Is it possible to do them in parallel - mapping all libraries to the genome and detecting splice junctions etc. simultaneously - or does the whole protocol need to be followed separately for each library?