Return a URL with which the read-level results for the classification may be downloaded. Note that the CLI automatically downloads the read-level results TSV file when using the
--read-level flag. The read-level results may be downloaded in the One Codex web application on the righthand side of each analysis page:
The resulting gzipped TSV file will typically have the following columns (note that these are the standard fields for One Codex Database results but are not guaranteed to be stable and may differ for, e.g., different underlying databases and classifiers):
The FASTA or FASTQ header for the record. In practice these should match the input order of the FASTA/Q file, though this is not strictly guaranteed.
_Note: This column exists for all analyses run before June 2017 but is discontinued in current and future analyses. We **strongly** recommend that any code indexing a results TSV uses the column headers to determine the position of relevant data rather than assuming a given column order and position._
The taxonomy ID the read is assigned to. Note that this is a read-level assignment that does not incorporate global sample-wide information. This column exists for all results.
The number of k-mers found in the input read against the target database. This column exists for all k-mer based classification results.
The length of the read or contig. This column exists for all results.
Whether the read passed a sample-wide filter.
A sequence of
_Note: This column exists for all analyses run before June 2017 but is discontinued in current and future analyses. **Note:** The special value `0` is used to indicate no hit. `1` represents the root of the taxonomic tree._