Figure 7.

Average number of seeds detected by the continuous and discrete versions of each scoring function for the 24 yeast datasets (FDR < 0.001). (Left) Mutual information. (Right) Hypergeometric. For each panel, the leftmost column shows the results obtained by the continuous version implemented in RED2. The five rightmost columns show the results obtained by the discrete version for different numbers (k) of clusters. The 'best k' column shows the average results when the clustering that yields the highest number of detected seeds is selected a posteriori for each dataset.

Lajoie et al. Genome Biology 2012 13:R109   doi:10.1186/gb-2012-13-11-r109
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