Documenter les distributions + export all clones
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Anyway, we would like to share with you some news, in particular the availability of two long requested features for repertoire analysis that we began to present you at the last meeting. Vidjil displays the top 100 most abundant clones by default, and you know that we made this choice to keep an efficient interactivity. However behind the scenes, Vidjil-algo computes all the clones. We today offer two features to better interact and work with this full list of clones:
Show distributions of the full repertoire (see attached image). We display the fragment length distribution for all clones instead of the most abundant ones. After tests with some users to ensure it was fitting their needs, we now make it the default configuration.
Export all clones. We now give the possibility to retrieve them all under the AIRR format for further investigations. This is available through the "Export all clones (AIRR)" configuration.