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  • #16
    Only thing I know is that the last column is referenced to the file 'organism_map'. In this case;

    382680 uncultured bacterium 77133

    The number 77133 is a taxonomy number, which you can search at the NCBI site:



    Boetsie

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    • #17
      Thanks,

      I do not find the informations about annotations in md5 files ... in md5_map_rna, md5_map, md5_protein_map .... it is no trivial to guess what does it mean each column.

      Do LSU/SSU among md5 source options represent SILVA informations sources ?

      a last question is what is the word_size that you have been choose in blastn

      Thanks



      Originally posted by boetsie View Post
      Only thing I know is that the last column is referenced to the file 'organism_map'. In this case;

      382680 uncultured bacterium 77133

      The number 77133 is a taxonomy number, which you can search at the NCBI site:



      Boetsie
      __Bach__

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Bachbioinfo View Post
        md5_map_rna, md5_map, md5_protein_map .... it is no trivial to guess what does it mean each column.
        I agree, but don't you agree that the best way to find out would be to ask from the guys who made it..
        savetherhino.org

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        • #19
          Originally posted by rhinoceros View Post
          I agree, but don't you agree that the best way to find out would be to ask from the guys who made it..
          Hello,

          I full agree rhinoceros, and thanks for this idea. I have just ask them the question, is the best way to understand their data. I will post their answer once I have their answer

          Thanks
          __Bach__

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