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Transat—A Method for Detecting the Conserved Helices of Functional RNA Structures, Including Transient, Pseudo-Knotted and Alternative Structures

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Performance of Transat for predicting the known helices of the artificial data set as function of the alignment length.

The top left figures shows the sensitivity (Sens) as function of the false positive rate (FPR) for different alignment lengths. The colors indicate the length of the alignment in nucleotides ranging from 100 to 999 nucleotides. The top right figures shows the sensitivity as function of the positive predictive value (PPV) for different alignment lengths. The bottom left figures shows the F-measure and the bottom right figure the MCC as function of the p-value threshold, see the text for the definitions of the F-measure and the MCC. All figures use the same coloring scheme as the top left figure.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000823.g005