Additional data file 5.
The columns of the table give the number of clones on chromosome 4 with log2 ratios outside a threshold of ±0.06 for the three samples (NA11829, NA12044 and NA19093) shown in Figure 5. The rows indicate the number of clones that are identified using this threshold for uncorrected and corrected log2 ratios. A threshold of ±0.06 is necessary in order to identify the red clone that represents a genuine CNV in Figure 5 (log2 ratios of 0.071, -0.0665, 0.0835 prior to wave correction, 0.064, -0.069, 0.085 after wave correction).
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Marioni et al. Genome Biology 2007 8:R228 doi:10.1186/gb-2007-8-10-r228