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At GNPS it is possible also to generate a rarefaction curve 
At GNPS it is possible also to generate a rarefaction curve of the input datasets. This rarefaction curve allows users to explore just how diverse the data set. To generate a rarefaction curve, users simply need to create a molecular network as described [here |Molecular Networking Documentation].

Once the job is completed, users can view the rarefaction curve by clicking on the Networking Statistics link.

This will take users to a page with text.

There will be two rarefaction curves, one with a global ordering of files, a second with grouping the file names by the original input groups.

|| Column Name || Description ||
| Filename | Input Filename |
| \#ClustersAffected | Clusters that file is a constituent of |
| \#MarginalClusters | How many new clusters are created with the addtion of that file |
| \#Cumulative Clusters | Total cumulative clusters touched by all files up to this point |
| FileSpectra | Number of spectra in file that contribed to any cluster in considering |
| CumulativeFileSpectra | |
| Group | |