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Old 04-29-2013, 08:48 AM   #24
seb567
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Hello,

I have a general question about the way Ray Meta works. When the taxonomy and gene ontology profiles are provided, I assume that is only for the assembled contigs? Or would that also include results for reads that were not assembled into contigs?
We have fairly low read coverage for our samples, so I anticipate a large portion of the reads will not be assembled into contigs. As such, is there a way to get the taxonomy and gene ontology profiles of the entire data set (i.e., contigs and any reads that were not assembled into contigs)?

Thanks in advance for your response, and complements to your group on the paper describing Ray Meta. The thorough documentation and supplementary material is very much appreciated!
As explained in the paper, the profiling is done on de Bruijn subgraph.

So you should be OK with your low coverage data I think.
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