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# anvi-estimate-genome-completeness [program]

Estimate completion and redundancy using domain-specific single-copy core genes.

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## Usage

This program estimates the completeness and redundancy of genomes provided to it, based on domain-level single-copy core genes.

Wondering what single-copy core genes anvi’o uses? Check out hmm-source. It uses the tables populated when you ran anvi-run-hmms on your contigs-db.

Genomes provided to this program must be contained in either a bin (within a collection) or a contigs-db (which can be provided alone or as part of an external-genomes).

### Running on contigs databases

For example, calling

anvi-estimate-genome-completeness -c contigs-db

will output to the terminal the completition and redundancy of the single-copy core genes in your contigs-db, assuming that all of its contigs represent a single genome. To output this information to a file, you can add the flag -o and provide an output path.

To get this information for several contigs databases at once, you can provide them as an external-genomes, as so:

anvi-estimate-genome-completeness -e external-genomes \ -o completition.txt

### Running on bins

To get this data for a series of bins, just provide a profile-db and collection.

anvi-estimate-genome-completeness -c contigs-db \ -p profile-db \ -C collection

To see what collections are contained in your contigs database, call

anvi-estimate-genome-completeness -c contigs-db \ -p profile-db \ --list-collections

or run anvi-show-collections-and-bins for a more comprehensive overview.

If you’re looking for a more comprehensive overview of your entire collection and its contents, the completition and redunduncy statistics for your bins are also included when you run anvi-summarize.

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