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Table 7 Nonparametric one-sample runs test for randomness of distribution of heterochromatin and euchromatin blocks

From: Analysis of repetitive DNA distribution patterns in the Tribolium castaneum genome

CH n n1 n2 r Interval sequence*
CH1 15 5 10 2 000000000011111
CH2 30 12 18 6 111111111101000100000000000000
CH3 61 24 37 11 0000000000000000000000111111111111101111110011011001000000000
CH4 25 8 17 5 0000001000000000011111110
CH5 29 11 18 4 11111111100000000001100000000
CH6 18 7 11 4 000000000010111111
CH7 30 8 22 8 100000000010011000000000011110
CH8 28 12 16 6 1111011111101100000000000000
CH9 31 16 15 7 0101111100111111111100000000000
CH10 15 7 8 4 111111000010000
  1. Columns: CH, chromosome; n, total interval; n1, the number of observations of 1; n2, the number of observations of 0; r, the total number of runs. *We calculated the average density of TEs and HighA satellites per 500 kb for each chromosome and then compared the observed density in each 500 kb interval across the chromosome to this average. If the observed density/average density is >1, this interval was considered to be putative heterochromatin and was denoted as 1. If the observed density/average density is ≤1, this interval was considered to be euchromatin and was denoted as 0. P < 0.05.