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Restriction site Associated DNA (RAD) tagging (also known as RAD-seq, etc.) is an emerging method for analyzing an organism's genome without completely sequencing it. This can be applied to a non-model organism without a reference genome, though this creates the problem of how to begin data analysis on unmapped and unannotated reads. Our program, Hot RAD, presents a straightforward and easy-to-use method to take raw Illumina data that has been RAD tagged and produce consensus contigs orarXiv:1511.06754v1 fatcat:mehhkbrfijcbhdil6w2uggd4cy