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Table 6 The means and variances of the normalized signature distances between the target s and the Boltzmann samples \(\Omega \), \(\Omega _{\text {probe}}\) or \(\Omega ^q\)

From: On an enhancement of RNA probing data using information theory

  \(n=100\) \(n=200\) \(n=300\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega )/n\) \(0.214 \pm 0.088\) \(0.219\pm 0.068\) \(0.217 \pm 0.063\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega _{\text {probe}})/n\) \(0.035 \pm 0.021\) \(0.034\pm 0.015\) \(0.034\pm 0.012\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega ^{0.05})/n\) \(0.031 \pm 0.008\) \(0.038\pm 0.012\) \(0.037\pm 0.018\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega ^{0.1})/n\) \(0.074 \pm 0.014\) \(0.080\pm 0.015\) \(0.087 \pm 0.010\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega ^{0.15})/n\) \(0.098 \pm 0.021\) \(0.116 \pm 0.018\) \(0.123 \pm 0.011\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega ^{0.20})/n\) \(0.127 \pm 0.034\) \(0.144 \pm 0.027\) \(0.157 \pm 0.020\)
\(d_{\text {sn}}(s,\Omega ^{0.25})/n\) \(0.144 \pm 0.043\) \(0.167 \pm 0.038\) \(0.180 \pm 0.029\)
  1. For \(\Omega \) and \(\Omega _{\text {probe}}\), we utilize the same Boltzmann samples as described in Fig. 18. Values following the ± symbols are the standard deviation of the sampling errors