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Old 07-17-2011, 10:09 PM   #1
zlix425
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Default Problems with understanding Quake's outputs

Hi, I am new to this area and I am currently working on Illumina GA data analysis. I have this output from the software Quake:

...3598636 sequences processed, 359863600 bp scanned
WARNING: Input had 352880 non-DNA (ACGT) characters whose kmers were not counted
11120988 total distinct mers
11120988 mers occur at least 0 times
initial value 63013.294557
iter 10 value 57511.692087
iter 20 value 56339.034500
iter 30 value 56016.040353
iter 40 value 56012.926228
iter 50 value 56011.300715
final value 56010.011528
converged
value: 56010.01
$zp.copy
[1] 3.078884

$p.e
[1] 0.715543

$shape.e
[1] 0.1971554

$scale.e
[1] 1.328558

$u.v
[1] 57.375

$var.v
[1] 880.9596

I am not sure if the "warning" produced above affects the results? Also, I am not quite sure what are the meanings of "iter" values above as I could not find the meaning of these terms from the literature.

Thanks for anyone that could help.
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