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Table 1 Summary statistics of networks detected using different e-value thresholds

From: Multilevel comparative bioinformatics to investigate evolutionary relationships and specificities in gene annotations: an example for tomato and grapevine

  e−3 e− 50
Total nodes 61,269 54,655
Total edges 3,699,964 1,354,314
Tomato nodes 32,333 27,547
Grapevine nodes 28,936 27,108
Orthology edges 17,823 17,823
Paralogy edges 3,682,141 1,336,491
Total networks 641 3601
Total 2-genes networks 385 2143
Total 3–9 genes networks 243 1356
Total 10+ genes networks 12 102
“Big network” nodes 59,306 43,236
“Big network” edges 3,695,231 1,328,306
“Big network” tomato nodes 31,312 21,456
“Big network” grapevine nodes 27,994 21,780
  1. Statistics for the networks detected by using different e-value thresholds (e−50, for defining paralogs, and e−3, to define even looser similarities, respectively)