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Old 06-02-2015, 05:49 AM   #1
vanillasky
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Default MG-RAST heatmaps vs tables

Hi,

I loaded different metagenomes and
compared them using the heatmap at the gene function level (the highest
level of comparison). I then downloaded the
values associated with the heatmap. I went back and looked at each individual metagenome and tried to find the same genes. However, I don't find them
in the individual subsystem tables. I also noticed certain genes present in the
individual tables are not present in the heatmap. Why does
this occur? Has anyone else encountered this problem?

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