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Viewing Your Genome Assembly Details
Viewing Your Genome Assembly Details
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Written by Denise Lynch
Updated over a week ago

The Genome Library is a premium feature on the One Codex platform, allowing users to assemble and store their private genomes.

After you've assembled your genomes, you can view assembly statistics, QC, and annotations via your Genome Library. Just click "View" on any of the genomes in your library for more details. Below, we walk you through the various sections displayed on your genome's details page.

Assembly & Annotation Summary

This section of a genome view page describes some standard statistics for the assembly, including the genome length, number of contigs, N50, GC content. It also provides a summary table of the number of various annotations identified in the genome.


This section provides an interactive genome browser, with

  • A bar displaying contigs. You can click along the contig bar to jump to particular regions of the genome.

  • A second bar displaying the annotations identified (in the transcription orientation) within the highlighted section of contig. Clicking any of the annotations/genes will bring you to the details for that gene in the table below.

  • A table of the annotations identified within the genome, including contig number, start and end positions, gene names and product, and a Jump button to navigate to a gene of interest in the browser bars. Note that this table is searchable, to help you find your genes of interest.

Related Genomes

Once your genome is assembled, its sequence will be compared to all other genomes within your Genome Library, to identify any genomes that may be closely related to the selected one. This will provide a list of your genomes within the same genus. Alternatively you can view a list of genomes with >=95% ANI (Average Nucleotide Identity) to your selected genome.

Next Steps

Reach out to us for pricing on the Genome Library and its associated features.

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