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Fig. 2

From: Measuring the reproducibility and quality of Hi-C data

Fig. 2

Comparison of reproducibility measures. a Curves showing the mean reproducibility score assigned to 11 cell types at each noise injection level for 33% and 66% random ligation noise configurations. Vertical bars represent one standard deviation away from the mean. b Reproducibility scores assigned to biological replicate (blue), non-replicate (red), and pseudo-replicate (purple) pairs for each cell type. Coverage values are the mean number of interactions for each pair of replicates. c Reproducibility scores assigned to biological replicate (blue), non-replicate (red), and pseudo-replicate (purple) pairs from six cell types at seven different coverage levels. Dashed lines indicate the empirical threshold for distinguishing biological replicate pairs from non-replicate pairs. d Reproducibility scores assigned to biological replicate (blue) and non-replicate (red) pairs for clone-8 and S2 cells from Drosophila. Each panel shows the separation between two replicate pair types for each Hi-C reproducibility measure. Dashed lines correspond to the empirical thresholds inferred from human Hi-C data

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