Quality control is performed by using
. Because data quality may differ between forward
and reverse sets of paired-end reads, they are displayed separately.
The left frame will show the set clicked on at
the upload page (otherwise R1), the right frame the other set.
In some browsers (such as Chrome) the hyperlinks under Summary of both
FastQC Reports will quickly take you to the according sections of both
(vertically aligned) frames. Other browsers (Firefox) need the frames to be
opened in separate tabs/windows (right-click on the frame, this frame,
open frame in new tab) in order for these links to work. This also offers
the opportunities to save the reports in HTML format.
computations, however, one might want to export the pure numbers without the
charts. "Show me the numbers" above each frame yields a tab-delimited text
that can be saved and imported by spreatsheet programs such as Excel or
OpenOffice or computing environments such as R or Matlab.
(Warning: For bioinformaticians only. If you wonder if
Hidden Markov is something for Russian children to find on Easter morning you may
want to skip this.
Ref. Genome: NC_000962.3