Calculate the rates of non-synonymous and synonymous polymorphism for genes across environmetns using the output of anvi-gen-variability-profile..
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The pN/pS ratio (first described in Schloissnig et al. 2012) is the ratio of 2 rates: the rates of non-synonymous (pN) and synonymous (pS) polymorphism. It is analogous to dN/dS, which is the ratio of rates between non-synonymous (dN) and synonymous substitutions between two strains. We calculate pN/pS from allele frequency obtained through SCVs and SAAVs. See the study by Kiefl et al. 2023 for additional information, and this reproducible workflow associated with that study to see use cases.
Then you can run this program like so:
anvi-get-pn-ps-ratio -V SCVs.txt \ -c contigs-db \ -o output_dir
A pN/pS value is calculated for each gene x sample combo. This will result in a directory called
output_dir that contains several tables that describe each of your genes. See pn-ps-data for more information.
This program has some default filtering choices that you should pay mind to. You can tune these filter options with the following variables:
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