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    Step 13: Python_CAP3_contig_poly_DIS_Feb_27_2004.py output

    Upon execution Python_CAP3_contig_poly_DIS_Feb_27_2004.py three files will be generated:


    Each file has six columns and contains information about polymorphic sites between different genotypes. For example, look on several example lines in deletions.good file:

    First column - Contig ID; second column - type of polymorphism; third column - how many times polymorphism (deletion in this example) occurs in one genotype at the same position of the contig consensus; fourth column - partial polymorphism (it means polymorphism takes place at the same position but not for all members of the same genotype); fifth column - priority or confidence (1 is bad); sixth column - position on the contig consensus.

    Click here to read more about "DIS" algorithm.

    Next web page displays selected contigs, alignments and detected polymorphic sites graphically.