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Table 1 Statistics of GO annotations. The data in parentheses along with Yeast (or Human) is the number of proteins in that dataset. First column: \(|\mathcal {T}|\) is the total number of distinct GO terms used for empirical study, and the data in parentheses is the number of GO annotations of all the proteins. [3,10) characterizes the number of terms associated with at least 3 and less than 10 proteins; [10,30) represents the number of terms associated with at least 10 and less than 30 proteins; and ≥30 includes the terms associated with at least 30 proteins, Avg ±Std is the average number of annotations of a protein and its standard deviation. The root GO term in each sub-ontology (BP, CC and MF) are not included

From: Predicting protein function via downward random walks on a gene ontology

   \(|\mathcal {T}| \) [3,10) [10,30) ≥30 Avg ± Std
Yeast(5914) BP 2979 (210949) 1350 761 868 35.67 ± 34.62
  CC 731 (79378) 359 170 202 13.42 ± 12.01
  MF 978 (35033) 546 236 196 5.92 ± 6.47
Human(19009) BP 7294 (694455) 3237 1877 2180 36.53 ± 53.25
  CC 978 (230826) 414 224 340 12.14 ± 12.66
  MF 1772 (106410) 943 420 409 5.59 ± 7.99