We are introducing a new binning method, BinSanity, that utilizes the clustering algorithm affinity propagation (AP), to cluster assemblies using coverage with compositional based refinement (tetranucleotide frequency and percent GC content) to optimize bins containing multiple source organisms.
Recommended citation: Graham, E. D., Heidelberg, J. F., & Tully, B. J. (2017). BinSanity: unsupervised clustering of environmental microbial assemblies using coverage and affinity propagation. PeerJ, 5(Part B), e3035–19. http://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3035