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Table 1 Relation between analyses and track types

From: Identifying elemental genomic track types and representing them uniformly

  Points Segments Function Valued Points Valued Segments
Points Different frequencies? Located inside? Higher values at locations?   Located in highly valued segments?
  Segments Overlap? Higher values inside?   
   Function Correlated?   
    Valued Points Nearby values similar? Categories differentially located in targets?
     Valued Segments  
  1. Examples of analyses for different combinations of track types (using only five of the fifteen defined track types). Note that many of these analyses are valid for several (though not all) combinations, and are assigned to what we consider the most typical combination for the analysis. All these analyses are carefully described significance tests [10], available online at the Genomic HyperBrowser [28]