{
"result": "\ufeffALISTAT - Simple Alignment Statistics\n=====================================\n\n**Alistat** reads a multiple sequence alignment from the file ali_file in any supported format (including SELEX, GCG MSF, and CLUSTAL), and shows a number of simple statistics about it. These statistics include the name of the format, the number of sequences, the total number of residues, the average and range of the sequence lengths, the alignment length(e.g. including gap characters).\n\nService name\n-----------\n**alistat**\n\nService End point\n-----------------\n**run_alistat**\n\nInput Files\n-----------\n* **ali_file** : multiple sequence alignment in any supported format (including SELEX, GCG MSF, and CLUSTAL)\n \nService Parameters\n------------------\n* 'fullInfo' : 'bool' #report per-sequence info, not just a summary. \n* 'quiet' : 'bool' #suppress verbose header\n \nResult Contents\n---------------\n* result.out : File containing alignment statistics.\n\n\nDetails\n-------\nAlignment statistics include the name of the format, the number of sequences,the total number of residues, the average and range of the sequence lengths,the alignment length (e.g. including gap characters)A percent pairwise alignment identity is defined as (idents / MIN(len1, len2)) where idents is the number of exact identities and len1, len2 are the unaligned lengths of the two sequences.The average percent identity, most related pair, and most unrelated pair of the alignment are the average, maximum, and minimum of all (N)(N-1)/2 pairs, respectively. The most distant seq is calculated by finding the maximum pairwise identity (best relative) for all N sequences, then finding the minimum of these N numbers (hence, the most outlying sequence).\n\nALISTAT is a part of HMMER. \n\nSample Client Code\n------------------\n[Sample Client Code](alistat_code \"\")\n\nALISTAT - Reference\n-------------------\n\nEddy S: SQUID - C function library for sequence analysis\n[http://selab.janelia.org/software.html] 2005.\n\nContact\n-------\nProf. R. Sowdhamini(mini@ncbs.res.in) \nOommen K. Mathew (oommenkm@ncbs.res.in) \nMurugavel P\n"
}