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Fig. 1

From: Resolving repeat families with long reads

Fig. 1

True positives and false positives for a single Ti. If the groups Gj of a clique all describe a single Ti, the number of false positives (red squares) coming from other groups Tj decreases quickly, while the number of true positives (black dots) remains constant until the cut-off value is relatively high. In the green areas, the cut-off guarantees to yield a consensus that either perfectly contains Ti or is completely empty

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