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Table 1 Diversity indices for Antarctic virome subsampled read datasets at the family level

From: Environmental drivers of viral community composition in Antarctic soils identified by viromics

Sample code Diversity ranka Diversity class Relative abundance Richness Shannon-Weaver Simpson Fisher alpha Beta diversityb
MGM 1 High 47,349 33 1.71 0.73 3.47 0.19
MG3 2 High 49,352 31 1.61 0.71 3.22 0.27
CN 3 High 48,498 29 1.57 0.70 2.99 0.36
MG6 4 Medium 52,488 21 1.04 0.45 2.07 0.87
TG1 5 Medium 55,589 27 0.85 0.35 2.72 0.46
BG12 6 Medium 55,612 18 0.91 0.38 1.73 1.19
MS4 7 Medium 61,053 19 0.55 0.26 1.82 1.07
PT1 8 Medium 60,350 20 0.35 0.13 1.93 0.97
SP 9 Medium 59,309 18 0.36 0.14 1.72 1.19
MS1 10 Medium 60,886 19 0.33 0.13 1.82 1.07
TG5 11 Medium 61,573 18 0.25 0.09 1.72 1.19
MTG 12 Low 61,433 11 0.32 0.13 1.00 2.58
MTG22 13 Low 60,981 13 0.24 0.08 1.20 2.03
F1 14 Low 60,484 14 0.20 0.07 1.30 1.81
  1. aThe diversity rank (1 most diverse to 14 least diverse) was calculated based on the ranking for the Shannon-Weaver, Simpson, and Fisher alpha indices
  2. bBeta diversity was calculated as β = S/α − 1 with α as the alpha diversity or richness per site and S as the total number of families in this soil collection calculated as Chao’s estimate (S = 39.37)