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Table 1 Characterization of TCS networks.

From: Characterization of phylogenetic networks with NetTest

Nature of data sets POL COX1 18S ITS1 Human
Number of data sets 566 1417 2303 191 516
Number of networks generated by TCS 1535 3889 6041 531 1035
Hybrid nodes 495 0.32 891 0.23 914 0.15 117 0.22 124 0.12
Tree 1326
(86.4%)
[0 0.00]
3428
(88.1%)
[0 0.00]
5505
(91.1%)
[0 0.00]
465
(87.6%)
[0 0.00]
952
(92.0%)
[0 0.00]
Galled-tree 1443
(117)
(94.0%)
[131 1.11]
3738
(310)
(96.1%)
[348 1.12]
5873
(368)
(97.2%)
[410 1.11]
507
(42)
(95.5%)
[53 1.26]
1015
(63)
(98.1%)
[67 1.06]
Tree-child 1495
(52)
(97.4%)
[161 3.10]
3799
(61)
(97.7%)
[169 2.77]
5941
(68)
(98.3%)
[179 2.63]
518
(11)
(97.6%)
[27 2.45]
1022
(7)
(98.7%)
[16 2.29]
Tree-sibling 1523
(28)
(99.2%)
[103 3.68]
3865
(66)
(99.4%)
[241 3.65]
6019
(78)
(99.6%)
[232 2.97]
523
(5)
(98.5%)
[11 2.20]
1033
(11)
(99.8%)
[36 3.27]
Uncharacterizable 12
(0.8%)
[100 8.33]
24
(0.6%)
[133 5.54]
22
(0.4%)
[93 4.23]
8
(1.5%)
[26 3.25]
2
(0.2%)
[5 2.50]
  1. For each gene, the table indicates the total number of data sets studied (both databases), the total number of networks generated by TCS, the total number and mean (per network) of reticulate nodes and the number of networks classified as tree, galled-tree, tree-child, and tree-sibling. In parenthesis we indicate the number of networks in that category that did not belong to the previous category and the percentage of characterized networks. In brackets we indicated the number and mean (per network) of reticulate nodes. The last row indicates the number of uncharacterizable networks (i.e., more complex than tree-sibling).