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Figure 1

From: Identifying elemental genomic track types and representing them uniformly

Figure 1

Illustration of the geometric properties of the fifteen track types. The base line is a genome, or a sequence, on which the tracks are defined. Vertical lines represents positions, while horizontal lines represent the lengths of the track elements. Gaps are thus illustrated by any empty areas between the elements. Values are represented by the height of the vertical lines. Interconnections are represented by arrows, the thickness of which correspond to the weight of the edge.

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