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## Figure 3.
The more similar two circuit genotypes are, the higher the overlap between their sets
of alternative phenotypes. The number k represents the distance (in the number of differing regulatory interactions) between
two circuits. Cmeasures the similarity between the sets of alternative phenotypes produced by the
two circuits. The plot shows mean values and the length of error bars represents one
standard error. Spearman's _{k }ρ = -0.248; p < 2.2 × 10^{-16}. The inset shows that the fraction of genotype pairs that share a given alternative
phenotype decreases with k. Data are based on 10^{4} randomly sampled focal circuits with N = 20, c ≈ 0.2, and d= 0.1.
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