Not really. As long as there is more than ~500 or 1000 reads, the total number of reads conveys little information. Only relative abundance should be compared, not “absolute” abundance.
Is there any significance to one sample having more total reads than another? Print
Created by: Joseph Craine
Modified on: Mon, 5 Aug, 2019 at 4:05 PM
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