Figure 4.

Effect of Vertex Weight Percentage Parameter on Predicted Complex Size Figure legend: As the vertex weight percentage (VWP) parameter of MCODE is increased, the number of predicted complexes steadily decreases and the average and largest size of predicted complexes increases exponentially. The y-axis follows a logarithmic scale. For reference, the average and maximum size of the MIPS benchmark complexes are 6 and 81, respectively and of the Gavin benchmark complexes are 11.8 and 88, respectively.

Bader and Hogue BMC Bioinformatics 2003 4:2   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-4-2
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