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Table 4 The influence of read coverage on the detection effect of each tools

From: RepAHR: an improved approach for de novo repeat identification by assembly of the high-frequency reads

Species Method Cov/read_len (bp) Num MA_ratio (%) Max/min N50 (bp) N90 (bp)
\(Homo \ sapiens\) chr14 RepAHR 30X/100 33 100.0 833/100 286 108
RepAHR 60X/100 32 100.0 855/100 238 126
RepAHR 90X/100 35 100.0 1087/100 238 116
RepAHR 120X/100 30 100.0 2057/100 238 116
REPdenovo 30X/100 13 100.0 5079/72 5079 173
REPdenovo 60X/100 13 100.0 5079/72 5079 147
REPdenovo 90X/100 9 100.0 5079/76 5079 198
REPdenovo 120X/100 11 100.0 5078/79 5078 173
RepARK Velvet 30X/100 419 99.82 382/29 99 0
RepARK Velvet 60X/100 545 99.76 430/29 104 0
RepARK Velvet 90X/100 569 99.82 430/29 102 0
RepARK Velvet 120X/100 1992 99.85 1249/29 119 64
  1. \('Cov/read\_len\, (bp)'\) indicates the average coverage of sequencing and the average length of reads. \('Num'\) indicates the number of repeats. \('MA\_ratio\, (\%)'\) represents the multiple alignment ratio of repeats. \('Max'\) represents the length of the longest segment in the repeats. \('Min'\) represents the length of the shortest segment in detected repetitive segments. \('N50\,or\,N90'\) represents the length of the longest segment such that all the segments longer than this segment cover at least 50% or 90% of the total length of the assemblies