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Table 1 Finding max blocks

From: Evolution of transcriptional networks in yeast: alternative teams of transcriptional factors for different species

Module Part. M Skew Dif(M ) Dif(M) # T :#T #G/#MG Figure
51 10 0.734 –0.276 0.457 1:3 19/31 2
59 112 0.727 –0.241 0.486 9:1 2/2 3
55 4 0.726 –0.112 0.615 14:12 1/1 4
40 20 0.699 –0.712 –0.013 2:33 3/12 5
56 113 0.697 –0.165 0.531 4:12 1/1 6
42 113 0.655 –0.147 0.507 6:9 1/1
52 4 0.642 –0.037 0.604 6:2 7/24
16 112 0.630 –0.020 0.650 18:1 16/24
31 112 0.600 0.098 0.699 19:2 2/2
35 4 0.598 –0.012 0.586 10:17 1/1
53 112 0.583 0.003 0.612 21:1 20/24
62 20 0.580 –0.426 0.154 5:3 27/74
  1. The first row (Module 51 and branch 10) describes the max block found for this module and branch. The column “Skew” is the max block’s skewness score skew(T,T ,G)=0.734; next is the difference between the averages of T and T on the species in M , i.e., Dif(M ))=0.457, followed by the corresponding difference for the species in M is Dif(M)=−0.276. The column # T :#T reports the numbers of transcription factors in T and T; and the column #G/#MG reports the number of genes in the regulon compared with the number in the module. The column “Figure” lists the figure number corresponding to the module or ’-’ for modules without figures. The cases shown have the highest skew scores and are listed in order of those scores. When a module has similar results for branches that only differ slightly, we show only the one whose block has the highest skewness. A more extensive set of data is included in Additional file 5: Supplementary material