This figure shows the feature description tables. Each row in the top panel describes a single feature. The columns provide the feature type (here designated as 'organism' name), the aligned accession, the genomic position of the alignment and the BLASTX score. Clicking on any column heading will sort the rows according to the values held in that column (the initial sorting order is specified in the configuration file). Detailed information for the selected feature in this table (highlighted in yellow) appears in a second table, shown in the lower panel. The table header displays the name of the aligned sequence, its full length and a full description. The columns are configurable, and for each feature type only those columns that have been specified for that type will be shown. In this example of BLASTX alignments to other species, the available information includes the BLASTX score, BLASTX expectation and the location and length of the alignment on both query and subject sequences.
Lewis et al. Genome Biology 2002 3:research0082.1 doi:10.1186/gb-2002-3-12-research0082