I am a beginner in Bioinformatics and I have a problem when i read some papers.
the paper name is SVDetect: a tool to identify genomic structural variations from paired-end and mate-pair sequence data and its context is related about a structural variants.
Anyway I can't figure out the meaning of strand orientation.
The word strand orientation comes from this sentence which is " If one of the two ends of remaining pairs has an unexpected strand orientation, the cluster is annotated as a potential inversion".
I've already know that strand orientations means just direction of DNA(5'->3' or 3'->5')
but it seems strange considering the concept of strand orientation i knew. It can't match I think..
Help the meaning of strand orientation connected with the sentence above