ALT, etc.). Therefore, for every sample, we map variants to 2D non-empty sparse array cells.
anchor_gapbases from the start of the range (where
anchor_gapis a user-defined parameter), which is identical to the range cell, except that (1) it has a new start coordinate and (2) it stores the real start position in an attribute.
v1, v2, v4, v7). However, the rectangle misses
v1, i.e., the case where an Indel/CNV range intersects the query rectangle, but the start position is outside the rectangle.
anchor_gap. It then reports as results the cells that are included in the expanded query if their end position (stored in an attribute) comes after the query range start endpoint. In the example above, TileDB-VCF retrieves anchor
v3. It reports
v1as a result (as it can be extracted directly from anchor
a1), but filters out