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Fig. 1 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 1

From: A nearest-neighbors network model for sequence data reveals new insight into genotype distribution of a pathogen

Fig. 1

An example showing how DiWANN nodes connect. The example has four nodes, A–D, corresponding to sequences. Weights along the lines show absolute edit distances. Solid lines indicate edges that would be present in the DiWANN graph, while dotted lines show relationships where there would be no edges. The DiWANN graph is structurally different from any threshold-based distance graph

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