Spades E coli assembly visualised with bandage
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
While preparing for a course on de novo genome assembly, I tried out the excellent Bandage program for viewing assembly graphs. One spades assembly stuck out, as it showed a 'knot' of short contigs. Inspection of the sequencing of these contigs showed them to be derived from the rRNA loci of the genome (rRNA and tRNA genes). After I posted an image of the graph on twitter, a fellow researcher asked me for a citable copy of the figure. This figshare entry is meant to provide just that.
I've also included the fastg file so those interested can load it into bandage.