Number of COG-phenotype associated pairs in each subset of the 0.8 and 0.9 threshold correlation score data sets. The resulting data sets of the (a) 0.8 correlation threshold and the (b) 0.9 correlation threshold are broken down into four different subsets. Total number (dark blue) is the total number of COG-phenotype associated pairs found at the 0.8 and 0.9 thresholds respectively. Characterized (light purple) refers to those pairs where the COG has a known function. Annotated (blue-green) are those pairs which were selected for literature verification. Finally, confirmed (light blue) are the associations which were validated in the literature. This is shown for each lab indicated by its GIDEON identifier.