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The mapping file is generated by the user. This file contains all of the information about the samples necessary to perform the data analysis. At a minimum, the mapping file should contain the name of each sample, the barcode sequence used for each sample, the linker/primer sequence used to amplify the sample, and a Description column. In general, you should also include in the mapping file any metadata that relates to the samples (for instance, health status or sampling site) and any additional information relating to specific samples that may be useful to have at hand when considering outliers (for example, what medications a patient was taking at time of sampling). Full format specifications can be found in the Documentation.
You are highly encouraged to validate your mapping file using check_id_map.py before attempting to analyze your data. This tool will check for errors, and make suggestions for other aspects of the file to be edited (errors and warnings are output to a log file, and suggested changes to invalid characters are output to a corrected_mapping.txt file). For the purposes of this tutorial, we will use the mapping file Fasting_Map.txt. The contents of the mapping file are shown here - as you can see, a nucleotide barcode sequence is provided for each of the 9 samples, as well as metadata related to treatment group and date of birth, and general run descriptions about the project. Fasting_Map.txt file contents:
The next task is to assign the multiplex reads to samples based on their nucleotide barcode. Also, this step performs quality filtering based on the characteristics of each sequence, removing any low quality or ambiguous reads. The script for this step is split_libraries.py. A full description of parameters for this script are described in the Documentation. For this tutorial, we will use default parameters (minimum quality score = 25, minimum/maximum length = 200/1000, no ambiguous bases allowed and no mismatches allowed in the primer sequence).: 2b1af7f3a8