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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: Benchmarking of de novo assembly algorithms for Nanopore data reveals optimal performance of OLC approaches

Fig. 3

Each pair of plots give an overview of the computational requirements of each assembler for assembling E. coli and Yeast datasets. a&b: Histogram with error bars plotted between % of 2D reads and log values of wall time which represents the actual time consumed by each assembler to execute the task with respect to gradual increase in data size. c&d: Histograms with error bars plotted between % of 2D reads and log values of CPU time which represents amount of time the CPU is actually executing instructions for each assembler with variation in data size. e&f: Histograms with error bars plotted between varying amount of allotted memory on X-axis and log values of the wall time, showing the influence of memory allocation on wall time consumption by various assembler algorithms. g&h: Histograms with error bars plotted between varying amount of memory and log values of the CPU time, illustrating the influence of memory allocation on the CPU time consumed by various assembler algorithms. In each set of these plots, left panel corresponds to E. coli dataset while the plots in the right panel correspond to the Yeast dataset

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