Each row in the table below represents the assignemnt made for a query sequence. The first column is the the probability cutoff used. The second column is the query sequence name. The next six columns give the names of the assignend taxa (if any) at the phylum, class, order, family, genus and species levels. You can download a CSV file with the results.
To see the distribution of assignment probability across taxa, and the alignment used for the assignemt you can click the details button at the end of each row.
If you want to look at a assignments that did not pass any specified threshold you can find it in the list of input sequences by following this link.
SAP relies on the assumption that all relevant taxa are present in the database. If the database used is not large or diverse enough it may not be possible to compile a data set of homologues that allows a valid assignment to be made. In such cases there are no homologues in the alignment that are never part of a defining clade. I these cases additional information is supplied in the last three columns to assess the severity of this problem: nr: Number of significant homologues used included in the alignment if this number is below five. min. freq.: The proportion of sampled trees that includes the homologue most rarely included. min. prob.: The smallest posterior probability at the lowest taxonomic level with any support.
|cutoff||id||phylum||class||order||family||genus||species||nr. hom.||min. freq.||min. prob.||detail|
|0.95||327419384||Chordata||Mammalia||Carnivora||Felidae||Acinonyx||Acinonyx jubatus||16||1.0||1.0||Detail »|
|0.95||327419798||Chordata||Mammalia||Carnivora||Felidae||Uncia||Uncia uncia||20||1.0||1.0||Detail »|
|0.95||327419596||Chordata||Mammalia||Carnivora||Felidae||Panthera||Panthera leo||20||1.0||1.0||Detail »|
|0.95||327419598||Chordata||Mammalia||Carnivora||Felidae||Panthera||Panthera pardus||19||1.0||1.0||Detail »|