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Figure 3

From: Models of deletion for visualizing bacterial variation: an application to tuberculosis spoligotypes

Figure 3

The spoligoforest generated from the Cuban data in Diaz et al. [21] Edges with weights less than 0.5 are drawn as dotted lines, those with weights greater than 0.5 but less than 1 are dashed, and those where no decision was required to be made are solid. For example, ST 1 is resolved to have mutated from Or1, and is drawn as a dashed line because it has a weight equal to 0.5582. As in the cluster-graph, the lengths of edges do not represent evolutionary distance.

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