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Table 1 Results from the tests that compare Orthograph performance to HaMStR [3]

From: Orthograph: a versatile tool for mapping coding nucleotide sequences to clusters of orthologous genes

Software Test Genes Species OGS Found TP FP FN Sens. Acc.
Orthograph Single-copy 4625 A. mellifera 15,314 4582 4577 5 48 0.990 0.996
Orthograph Single-copy 4625 H. saltator 18,564 4590 4587 3 38 0.992 0.997
HaMStR Single-copy 4625 A. mellifera 15,314 4589 4588 3 39 0.992 0.997
HaMStR Single-copy 4625 H. saltator 18,564 4573 4571 2 54 0.988 0.996
Orthograph Isoforms 8 C. floridanus 17,064 7 7 0 1 0.875 0.999
HaMStR Isoforms 8 C. floridanus 17,064 7 7 0 1 0.875 0.999
Orthograph Inparalogs 647 A. cephalotes 18,093 583 583 0 6 0.901 0.996
  1. Sensitivity is defined as the ratio of true positives (TP) to TP plus false negatives (FN). Accuracy is defined as the ratio of TP plus true negatives (TN) to the total number of genes in the official gene set (OGS). FP, false positives. Note that the results are meant to demonstrate equality in performance despite algorithmic differences