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Table 4 Accuracy and confidence of global, local and GAP3 alignment at various consoles

From: Comparative analysis of the quality of a global algorithm and a local algorithm for alignment of two sequences

PAM Console
length
r, %
Core
shift
c, %
Global alignment Local alignment GAP3
    Accur.,
%
Confid.,
%
Accur.,
%
Confid.,
%
Accur.,
%
Confid.,
%
120 0 0 82.47 81.47 71.76 76.71 71.42 86.60
120 20 0 79.30 77.59 71.16 72.64 71.58 84.98
120 20 30 75.64 73.39 71.37 72.99 72.26 85.02
120 20 50 72.23 69.83 70.17 72.18 72.19 84.78
120 20 70 69.47 66.93 70.81 72.94 71.03 84.80
120 50 0 77.95 75.77 70.51 69.77 72.66 84.00
120 50 30 72.04 69.08 71.47 70.91 73.06 84.92
120 50 50 53.53 50.96 69.34 69.36 71.80 83.62
120 50 70 20.18 18.98 70.37 71.03 72.14 84.16
120 100 0 76.70 74.11 69.48 67.78 72.18 83.39
120 100 30 53.69 51.45 69.63 68.09 72.12 83.25
120 100 50 4.15 3.71 68.66 67.23 72.15 83.84
120 100 70 0.08 0.05 68.95 68.47 72.47 83.04
  1. The dependence of Accuracy and Confidence values of tree types of alignment on the evolutional distance between cores (PAM), relation of the total length of consoles to the core length (Console length r, %) and the ratio of the absolute value of the difference between console lengths to their total length (Core shift c, %) are shown.