I just run summary.single with calc=sobs and subsample option, and it shows values with decimal places in the *groups.ave-std.summary output, not just a trail of zeroes like in nseqs but actual numbers.
Based on what I read on the mothur wiki, shouldn’t they be integer values?
label group method sobs 0.03 F10_S16 ave 549.641000 0.03 F11_S17 ave 641.336000 0.03 F12_S18 ave 689.543000 0.03 F13_S19 ave 572.216000 0.03 F14_S20 ave 478.700000 0.03 F15_S21 ave 453.000000 0.03 F16_S22 ave 536.189000
On the other hand, the values returned in the *groups.summary file don’t have that problem, but the values are not the same, not even close actually, most are 1 order of magnitude higher in this file. I guess those are the non-subsampled values…
label group sobs 0.03 F10_S16 5656.000000 0.03 F11_S17 4664.000000 0.03 F12_S18 4027.000000 0.03 F13_S19 6378.000000 0.03 F14_S20 6598.000000 0.03 F15_S21 453.000000 0.03 F16_S22 4376.000000
Any idea why is this happening?
Not sure if there is something off in the way they are calculated or maybe I’m interpreting it in the wrong way… so any comment would be appreciated.
Thank you in advance,
PS: F15_S21 is the sample I used for subsampling, that’s why the values are the same