Figure 3.

Mean annotation quality of the ideal and worst-case predictions in SWISS-PROT dataset. Modified Levenshtein distance-based statistics is shown for the ideal (panels A and C) and worst-case (panels B and D) predictions after removing BLAST hits at various sequence identity and alignment coverage thresholds. Panels A and B show the statistics for a dataset from which circularly referenced annotations had been removed, and panels C and D show the statistics for a dataset in the presence of circularly referenced protein annotations. Red colours indicate bad predictions and blue colours good predictions.

Kankainen et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:33   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-33
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