The latest version is goby_latest and requires Sun Java 1.6+. Python and C/C++ libraries are provided, see below.
- goby_goby_latest-goby.zip – Complete Java binary distribution [see Change Log for what's new in the latest Goby release]
- You may also want to download our release of BWA with Goby support.
- Please post to this forum if you have questions, run into a problem with the software, or would like to make suggestions for new features.
- Only members of the forum can post messages (this helps cut down on spam).
Since Goby 2.0, Goby source code is hosted on GitHub https://github.com/CampagneLaboratory/goby. Please be aware that this is the development version of the source code. If you need a stable release, use the following links.
- goby_goby_latest-src.zip – Source distribution (Java, C/C++, Python)
- goby_goby_latest-cpp.zip – C/C++ API for compiling aligners with native Goby support
- goby_goby_latest-data.zip – Goby sample datasets
- goby_goby_latest-deps.zip – External libraries required for compilation
- goby_goby_latest-apidoc.zip – API documentation (for developers)
- goby_goby_latest-api.jar – Java API (for reuse in other Java projects)
The C/C++ APIs support reading and writing Goby file formats for use with Goby next-gen data management framework. They have been used to develop native Goby support in BWA and GSNAP. Follow these detailed instructions to download and install on your machine. The current C and C++ APIs are distributed as part of the source distribution or also directly from the subversion repository at https://pbtech-vc.med.cornell.edu/public/viewvc/icb/trunk/goby/cpp/.
The current version of the C/C++ APIs depends on Protobuf 2.4.1.
The Python API for reading binary data files created with the Goby next-gen data management framework is available as part of the source distribution and also at http://pypi.python.org/pypi/goby/. The Python API is not currently being actively maintained. If you are a Python expert and would like to contribute to Goby, please contact us.
- Previous Releases – Past releases for reference purposes. See the Change Log for differences between releases.