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From: Viral quasispecies inference from 454 pyrosequencing

Figure 2

Precision comparison of QuasQ and existing methods for simulations. The vertical axes represent the average proportion of unique simulated variants detected with respect to the total number of constructed haplotypes by the corresponding method. Bars in blue indicate the average proportion of the constructed haplotypes that map to the simulated variants, whereas bars in red indicate that the average proportion of the constructed haplotypes that are mapped to the repeated same simulated variants. Both the red and blue bars consider haplotypes that are mapped to at least 80% of the length of the respective reference sequence. For QuasQ, ShoRAH and QuRe, all constructed haplotypes map to at least 80% of the length of the respective reference sequence. For ViSpA with ShoRAH corrected reads, the green line which is described by the vertical axis on the right, shows the proportion of haplotypes that do not map to at least 80% of the length of the reference sequence out of all the constructed haplotypes. These proportions are average of the 50 simulation runs across each of the eight settings (A-H) as described in TableĀ 2.

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