I mapped the closest SGBs (Sep20) in your phylophlan metagenomic output table with the same SGBs in Jan21.
In your table, 21 bins resulted close to unknown SGBs. In Jan21, 10 out of these 21 uSGBs are now kSGBs.
Additionally, 12 out of these 21 uSGBs are defined as Other in your table. This means that the taxonomy of the SGBs is defined up to the phylum level. In Jan21 instead, the remaining 11 uSGBs are all defined at least up to the family level, except the uSGBs 14124 and 36962 that are still defined as Other.
Also, the uSGBs 47046 and 53414 do not exist anymore in Jan21. They have been merged respectively into the kSGBs 6939 and 5765.
So, as you can see, the overall situation would substantially improve with the Jan21 version.
However, I would strongly suggest to avoid using this mapping for your analysis and run phylophlan metagenomic again as soon as @f.asnicar will make Jan21 available, because the result could potentially change.
Hope this will help and thanks again for using PhyloPhlAn!
Sep20_Jan21_ppameta_map.txt (7.2 KB)