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Table 3 Summary of reassignments using discarded metagenomic data.

From: Reanalyze unassigned reads in Sanger based metagenomic data using conserved gene adjacency

Data type I (contigs)   Re-assigned   
  Contigs Contigs Average length (bp) Rate (%) r (phylum) r (family)
whale fall sub. 1 7039 1050 1388 14.9 0.98 0.92
whale fall sub. 2 7660 995 1295 12.9 0.98 0.77
whale fall sub. 3 4990 720 1400 14.4 0.97 0.79
Data type II (singletons)   Re-assigned   
  Singletons Singletons Average length (bp) Rate (%) r (phylum) r (family)
Japanese In-A 13399 3542 1074 26.4 0.95 0.85
Japanese In-B 7078 2050 1073 28.9 0.99 0.90
Japanese In-D 28244 5542 1061 16.9 0.89 0.72
Japanese In-E 10838 2888 1129 26.6 0.99 0.95
Japanese In-M 8546 2159 1057 25.2 0.93 0.86
Japanese In-R 21661 3993 1020 18.4 0.96 0.80
Japanese F1-S 15378 3216 1018 20.9 0.95 0.82
Japanese F1-T 21780 4395 971 20.1 0.93 0.59
Japanese F1-U 11791 3711 983 31.4 0.99 0.99
Japanese F2-V 19733 4007 1020 20.3 0.90 0.61
Japanese F2-W 16961 4011 1052 23.6 0.89 0.77
Japanese F2-X 19351 4402 1054 22.7 0.92 0.66
Japanese F2-Y 20061 4766 1002 23.7 0.96 0.82
  1. The consistency between binning with discarded fragments and that in the original studies was tested by the Pearson correlation coefficient (r).