Resolution:
standard / ## Figure 2.
Matrix of vertex similaritiesΘ(i,i^{′}) (top) and matrix of correlations between the edge weights of verticesiin and Gi^{′}inG^{′}(correlation of i’th column ofAandi^{′}’th column ofA^{′,}cor(i,i^{′}), bottom) for the scenario (iii) and network size The optimal alignment of the two networks aligns the n-th vertex of N = 200.G to the n-th vertex of G^{′}. Half of the diagonal terms represents truly orthologous vertices with both vertex
and topological similarity (highlighted in green). The other 10% of vertices i in G (highlighted in blue) have two possible vertex similar partners in network G^{′}, one of them with a strong topological match (the true ortholog) and the other with
no match (the spurious ortholog). Next, there are 20% of vertices with no vertex similarity
but strong topological similarity (analogs, highlighted in red). Scattered off-diagonal
terms in θ model spurious weak vertex similarities in the data.
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