Figure 5.

Haplotype assemblies and consensus chimerism analysis varying coloring repetitions (for Hapler) and n (for ViSpA) for the low diversity dataset. Figure 5(a) shows that haplotype assemblies are shorter but less likely to be chimeric as the number of repetitions increases, while 5(b) shows that when full length consensus sequences are reconstructed, true rates of chimerism are low even when few repetitions are used.

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