Commit 3fe23d90 authored by Sander Bollen's avatar Sander Bollen

insert size messages

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#if (sampleId.isDefined && libId.isDefined)
Here we show basic <a href="https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Next_Generation_Sequencing_%28NGS%29/Alignment">alignment</a> statistics for this run for sample ${sampleId} with library ${libId}. Total number of reads, number of alignments reads and number of duplicate reads are given, and the percentages thereof as a percentage of total.
#elseif(sampleId.isDefined)
#elseif(sampleId.isDefined && showPlot)
The following plot shows basic <a href="https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Next_Generation_Sequencing_%28NGS%29/Alignment">alignment</a> statistics for this run for sample ${sampleId}. Every library is represented by a multi-color bar. Red represents the total number of properly mapped reads for this sample. Green represents the total number of duplicates reads, which is usually caused by <a href="http://www.cureffi.org/2012/12/11/how-pcr-duplicates-arise-in-next-generation-sequencing/">PCR duplicates</a>. Blue denotes the number of unmapped reads, and purple denotes reads flagged <em>secondary</em> (this is dependent on the aligner used). A table showing similar statistics, including values represented as percent of total, can be downloaded as a tab-delimited file.
#elseif(sampleId.isDefined && !showPlot)
Here we show basic <a href="https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Next_Generation_Sequencing_%28NGS%29/Alignment">alignment</a> statistics for this run for every library of sample ${sampleId}. Total number of reads, number of alignments reads and number of duplicate reads are given, and the percentages thereof as a percentage of total.
#else
The following plot shows basic <a href="https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Next_Generation_Sequencing_%28NGS%29/Alignment">alignment</a> statistics for this run. Every sample is represented by a multi-color bar. Red represents the total number of properly mapped reads for this sample. Green represents the total number of duplicates reads, which is usually caused by <a href="http://www.cureffi.org/2012/12/11/how-pcr-duplicates-arise-in-next-generation-sequencing/">PCR duplicates</a>. Blue denotes the number of unmapped reads, and purple denotes reads flagged <em>secondary</em> (this is dependent on the aligner used). A table showing similar statistics, including values represented as percent of total, can be downloaded as a tab-delimited file.
#end
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This plot shows the insert size distribution for each of the ${samples.size} samples. Insert size denotes the size of the so-called <em>insert</em> between two read pairs in a paired-end sequencing run. This should correspond to the length of the sequence between the sequencing adaptors. The provided table shows mean and median insert size for each sample, together with the standard deviation.
#if (sampleId.isDefined && libId.isDefined)
something
#elseif(sampleId.isDefined)
This plot shows the insert size distribution for the libraries of sample ${sampleId}. <a href="http://thegenomefactory.blogspot.nl/2013/08/paired-end-read-confusion-library.html">Insert size</a> denotes the size of the so-called <em>insert</em> between two read pairs in a paired-end sequencing run. This should correspond to the length of the sequence between the sequencing adaptors. The provided table shows mean and median insert size for each sample, together with the standard deviation.
#else
This plot shows the insert size distribution for each of the ${samples.size} samples. <a href="http://thegenomefactory.blogspot.nl/2013/08/paired-end-read-confusion-library.html">Insert size</a> denotes the size of the so-called <em>insert</em> between two read pairs in a paired-end sequencing run. This should correspond to the length of the sequence between the sequencing adaptors. The provided table shows mean and median insert size for each sample, together with the standard deviation.
#end
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