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  • Kmer Result of FastQC Report

    Hey guys, so a question regarding the kmer section of the FastQC report.

    I notice that mine is 'Relative enrichment over read length', whereas when my colleague tried the exact same analysis on the exact same file, he gets 'log2 obs/exp'.

    Our graphs of course look very different as well.

    We both have the same version though - 0.10.1.

    Anyone have any idea as to why this is the case, and what can be done to select the preferred analysis? Both are using default settings... so yeah, rather weird. ><

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    Originally posted by Azedenkae View Post
    We both have the same version though - 0.10.1.
    Are you sure about that?
    I just checked it and all my fastqc reports generated with 0.10.1 read 'Relative enrichment over read length' whereas all reports generated with 0.11.1 or 0.11.2 read 'log2 obs/exp'.

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