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Alignment Statistics

The columns have the following meanings:
The first column is the number of the major output block.
The second column is the residue number of the first sequence in each sequence_block.
The third column is the first 4 characters of the ID of the first sequence in the sequence_block.
The next 20 columns are the residue frequencies of the sequence_blocks.
The next 3 columns report numbers of surface, neutral and buried residues in each sequence_block.
The next column reports the number of residues observed aligned in each sequence_block.
The next column reports the number of all sequences in each sequence_block.
The bottom row is the sum across all sequence_blocks.
The next 6 columns are independant of the row.
The first 3 merely list in order the top 4 most significant features of the entire alignment of all sequence_blocks.
The first column (of the last 3) is the feature.
The second column is the negative log odds score of the feature.
The third column is the percentage of conservation of the feature.
The last 3 columns are the Volume statistics for that position.
The first column is the number of residues present in the alignment.
The second column is the average volume in Angrstroms cubed.
The third column is the standard deviation.


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