Figure 4.

Genomic location of the most multifractal chromosome fragments: A: Discrimination method based on three parameters. Each chromosome fragment dataset is characterized by three quantities. The first quantity (x-axis) is the MD for each chromosomic fragment. The second quantity (y-axis) is the density of Alu content of the chromosomic fragments. The third quantity (z-axis) is the correlation coefficient τ(q). Blue color indicates those fragments with ΔDq ≥ 1.159 and Alu contents ≥ 217.9. B: Above, distribution for chromosome fragments with high multifractality and below, for fragments with LMM.

Moreno et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:506   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-506
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