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Fig. 1 | BMC Research Notes

Fig. 1

From: miR-MaGiC improves quantification accuracy for small RNA-seq

Fig. 1

Total counts returned by each method (Top: all samples; bottom: zoom in on the area of highest density). Each dot represents one library being quantified by one method. Results for miR-MaGiC with collapsing by MIMAT number are not pictured as they are extremely similar to collapsing by miRBase name. A dot’s position along the horizontal axis indicates the number of raw reads for the library. Its position along the vertical axis indicates the total count returned for the library by the method indicated by dot color. The solid lines indicate a theoretical ratio of total count to input raw reads. For example, a dot lying on the 0.8 line would mean the total counts for that library and quantification method was 0.8 times the number of raw reads. For dots lying above the 1.0 line, the total counts for that library and method added up to more than the number of raw reads. See Additional file 1: Table S1 for detailed explanation of method abbreviations

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