A TXT-type anvi’o artifact. This artifact is typically provided by the user for anvi’o to import into its databases, process, and/or use.
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An internal genome is any bin described in an anvi’o collection stored in an anvi’o profile-db. You can obtain one of these by binning a metagenome assembly (stored in an anvi’o contigs-db), which you can do either manually in the interactive interface or automatically with a binning software, and saving or importing it into a collection.
The internal genomes file format enables anvi’o to work with one or more bins from one or more collections that may be defined in different anvi’o profile-db files. A TAB-delimited internal genomes file will be composed of at least the following five columns:
Please make sure names in the
name column does not include any special characters (underscore is fine). It is also a good idea to keep these names short and descriptive as they will appear in various figures in downstream analyses.
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