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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: An assembly and alignment-free method of phylogeny reconstruction from next-generation sequencing data

Fig. 1

Primate phylogeny reconstructed by AAF using assembled genomes and simulated short reads. a Phylogeny reconstructed from assembled genomes with k = 19. Incorrect branches are shown in red. b Phylogeny reconstructed from assembled genomes with k = 21. For the assembled genomes, correct phylogenies were also given for k = 23, 25 and 31 (Additional file 1: Figure S1). c Phylogeny reconstructed from 70-bp reads were simulated from assembled genomes with 1 % sequencing errors and 2X coverage. Grey bars at the tips give the tip corrections (Eq. 10) for incomplete coverage and sequencing error that are trimmed from each tip.d Like (c) but with 5X coverage. e Like (d) but with filtering to remove k-mers that appear only once. f A recently published phylogeny of primates [31]

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