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  • IMG File Naming - Clarification Provided

    I am posting this as a resource for others. My question was answered by a staff member at IMG.

    My question was as follows: I am trying to collect QC'd sequencing files from a pre-existing project. When I use Globus Connect to navigate through the project IDs associated with the project I find series of 3 project IDs (consecutive) contain mostly identical files, but are in folders with other files that have been treated differently. These projectIDs have identical nameing except for the added descriptor of either "FD" or "AP" (or no additional descriptor).

    It would be helpful to understand what these descriptors mean in order to select the correct data. Please advise on which project ID 'types' (ie. FD, AP, or unmarked) I should download.

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    There are different projectIDs for 'umbrella project' (FD), which contains all the children 'sequencing projects' (SP) and 'analysis projects' (AP) done under it.

    So, one can find copies of files from the FD in SP and AP folders (i.e. under different ProjectIDs).

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