Figure 4.

False positives (A) and false negatives (B) with increasing numbers of input trees for Z-closure (ZC) and Q-imputation (Q) keeping splits with no homoplasy on any tree (HF1), keeping splits with no homoplasy on 75% or more of the trees (HF2), keeping splits with no homoplasy on 50% or more of the trees (HF3), keeping splits with a homoplasy score of 1 or less on all of the trees (HF4), or keeping the 8 highest weight splits (CF) for hybridization network 7. Values are averages over the 12 combinations of coalescent branch length b and number of missing taxa m. The maximum possible number of false negatives for this hybridization network is 8.

Holland et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2008 8:202   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-8-202
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