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Coherent genomic groups are frequently used as a proxy for bacterial species delineation through computation of overall genome relatedness indices (OGRI). Average nucleotide identity (ANI) is a widely employed method for estimating relatedness between genomic sequences. However, pairwise comparisons of genome sequences based on ANI is relatively computationally intensive and therefore precludes analyses of large datasets composed of thousands of genome sequences.In this work we proposed adoi:10.24072/pcjournal.37 fatcat:v3qrfy7rlrga3ewxsfr5iull2a