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Old 08-24-2014, 02:40 PM   #1
Elsie
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Default ALLPATHS - newbie - interpreting the output

Hi, never used ALLPATHS but have just received the results of an assembly and could do with some tips on interpreting the output, 11 columns:

libraryName libNo origSep origDev newInSep newInDev 3sigma% newOutSep newOutDev percInnies percOuties

First two are obvious, I'm guessing origDev is the estimated standard deviation of the fragment sizes?, newInDev is the calculated standard deviation of the insert sizes, any tips on the others?

Many thanks.
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