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Fig. 1 | Genome Biology

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From: The CAFA challenge reports improved protein function prediction and new functional annotations for hundreds of genes through experimental screens

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A comparison in Fmax between the top 5 CAFA2 models against the top 5 CAFA3 models. Colored boxes encode the results such that (1) the colors indicate margins of a CAFA3 method over a CAFA2 method in Fmax and (2) the numbers in the box indicate the percentage of wins. a CAFA2 top 5 models (rows, from top to bottom) against CAFA3 top 5 models (columns, from left to right). b Comparison of the performance (Fmax) of Naïve baselines trained respectively on SwissProt2014 and SwissProt2017. Colored box between the two bars shows the percentage of wins and margin of wins as in a. c Comparison of the performance (Fmax) of BLAST baselines trained on SwissProt2014 and SwissProt2017. Colored box between the two bars shows the percentage of wins and margin of wins as in a. Statistical significance was assessed using 10,000 bootstrap samples of benchmark proteins

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