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Fig. 2

From: Exploring effective approaches for haplotype block phasing

Fig. 2

Similarity of switch location across phasing tools: a The frequency of shared switch error sites by different numbers of tools. The first bar represents the frequency of the error sites reported by one tool. The second bar represents the frequency of the error sites reported by two tools, and so on. b Estimated haplotypes for a random individual from seven different tools. The shown sequence corresponds to 372 heterozygous SNPs out of 1400 SNPs in the region Chr17:11045667-17395608. Each line represents a haplotype estimated by the corresponding tool, with the complementary phasing not shown (paternal regions become maternal and vice versa). Green represents the correctly phased haplotype runs that are identical to the maternal haplotype, while the brown runs are identical to the paternal ones. The numbers aligned to each tool name are the count of switches between the paternal and maternal copies

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