After running the Map Features step, the output consists of several files.
|Copy of the text that appeared for this mapping in the Console side panel in the MegAlign Pro user interface.
|See the text and table below this one for more information.
|Report of intervals in the target sequence to which no features were mapped. Generated only if requested in the Map Features Options screen under Unmapped Interval Report.
The report.tsv file is a tab-separated report file that can be opened in Notepad++ (freeware) or any spreadsheet utility. This report file contains a row for each feature that you directed MegAlign Pro to map. The “Variation” column summarizes the most significant variation of the mapped feature against the source feature:
|Label in report
|Can occur when the feature doesn’t map at all, or when the feature maps, but not well enough to pass the mapping thresholds.
|[Non-protein sequences] First residue and/or last residue cannot be mapped with the current settings, or one/both align with a target gap.
|Both insertions and deletions have occurred.
|An insertion has occurred.
|A deletion has occurred.
|[CDS only] The initial codon in the mapped feature is not a start codon.
|[CDS only] A substitution has resulted in an interior stop codon.
|[CDS only] The last codon in the mapped feature is not a stop codon.
|[CDS only] Non-synonymous substitution occurred.
|[CDS only] Synonymous substitution occurred.
|[Non-CDS] A substitution has occurred.
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