public static int findQualityTrimPoint(byte quals,
Implements phred-style quality trimming. Takes in an array of quality values as a
byte and return the first index within the byte array that should be clipped,
such that the caller can then invoke things like:
int retval = findQualityTrimPoint(10, quals);
final byte trimmedQuals = Arrays.copyOfRange(quals, 0, retval);
final String trimmedBases = bases.substring(0, retval);
If the entire read is of low quality this function may return 0! It is left to the caller
to decide whether or not to trim reads down to 0-bases, or to enforce some minimum length.
quals - a byte of quality scores in phred scaling (i.e. integer values between 0 and ~60)
trimQual - the lowest quality that is considered "good". In the simplest case
where a read is composed exclusively of "good" qualities followed by
"bad" qualities, this is the lowest quality value left after trimming.
The zero-based index of the first base within the quality string that should be trimmed.
When no trimming is required, quals.length (i.e. an index one greater than the last valid
index) will be returned.