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Table 1 Sample names, corresponding SRA/ENA identifiers, number of reads, read length, number of bases, and the average fragment length for the samples used for evaluation of the EAGER pipeline

From: EAGER: efficient ancient genome reconstruction

Sample SRA ID/ENA ID # of reads Read length # of bases Avg. fragment length
3077 SRX275526 6,029,646 76 916,506,192 60.87
Refshale16 SRX276068 39,915,365 76 6,067,135,480 79.91
Jorgen625 SRX275549 15,101,591 200 6,040,636,400 164.24
SK2 SRX275535 54,243,849 100 10,848,769,800 62.84
SK8 SRX275538 9,898,159 76 1,504,520,168 81.41
LBK1 SAMEA2697125 227,266,922 101 45,907,918,244 69.71
LBK2 SAMEA2697125 222,751,961 101 44,995,896,122 69.69
LBK3 SAMEA2697125 227,779,612 101 46,011,481,624 69.72
LBK4 SAMEA2697125 207,406,901 101 41,896,194,002 69.72
LBK5 SAMEA2697125 207,983,311 101 42,012,628,822 69.67
LBK6 SAMEA2697125 208,835,520 101 42,184,775,040 69.71
LBK7 SAMEA2697125 213,784,583 101 43,184,485,766 69.68
LBK8 SAMEA2697125 228,184,096 101 46,093,187,392 69.71
  1. For the LBK data set, we chose to evaluate a single lane of data (LBK1), as the other samples (LBK2–8) showed very similar features