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Table 1 Correlation between topological distance to source trees and topological error rates

From: An experimental study of Quartets MaxCut and other supertree methods

Scaffold
Density
Optimality
Criterion
FN FP RF
   Mean Range Mean Range Mean Range
  SumFN 0.401 -0.890, 0.939 0.376 -0.890, 0.926 0.391 -0.890, 0.926
25% SumFP 0.421 -0.890, 0.939 0.421 -0.890, 0.926 0.426 -0.890, 0.926
  SumRF 0.406 -0.890, 0.939 0.395 -0.890, 0.926 0.406 -0.890, 0.926
  SumFN 0.544 -0.203, 1.000 0.536 -0.348, 0.971 0.541 -0.203, 0.971
50% SumFP 0.546 -0.143, 1.000 0.539 -0.257, 0.971 0.543 -0.143, 0.971
  SumRF 0.546 -0.143, 1.000 0.539 -0.257, 0.971 0.543 -0.143, 0.971
  SumFN 0.593 -1.000, 0.986 0.589 -1.000, 0.986 0.591 -1.000, 0.986
75% SumFP 0.593 -1.000, 0.986 0.589 -1.000, 0.986 0.591 -1.000, 0.986
  SumRF 0.593 -1.000, 0.986 0.589 -1.000, 0.986 0.591 -1.000, 0.986
  SumFN 0.447 -0.789, 1.000 0.447 -0.789, 1.000 0.447 -0.789, 1.000
100% SumFP 0.447 -0.789, 1.000 0.447 -0.789, 1.000 0.447 -0.789, 1.000
  SumRF 0.447 -0.789, 1.000 0.447 -0.789, 1.000 0.447 -0.789, 1.000
  1. Results of Spearman rank-order correlations of SumFN, SumFP, and SumRF with the true FN, FP, and RF measures of supertrees estimated using six supertree methods.