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From: MICOP: Maximal information coefficient-based oscillation prediction to detect biological rhythms in proteomics data

Fig. 1

Concept of MICOP. A conceptual diagram of MICOP is shown. a Scheme of MICOP, b Typical results of MICOP. Left boxes: experimental data (red) and reference sin curves (blue); right boxes: scatter plots between reference sin curve (x-axis) and experimental data (y-axis); top: typical oscillating data (MIC = 0.1, P < 0.05); middle: nonoscillating data (MIC = 0.22, P > 0.05); bottom: decaying oscillating data (MIC = 0.94, P < 0.05)

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