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Reconstructing the Dynamics of HIV Evolution within Hosts from Serial Deep Sequence Data

Figure 5

Two-dimensional histograms illustrating the distributions of g2p FPR predictions across all replicate ancestral reconstructions on the maximum credibility tree.

The -axis corresponds to time intervals from to the first positive MT-2 assay (), rescaled for each subject. The -axis corresponds to the log-transformed FPR predictions for the ancestral sequences. Both axes were partitioned into 25 bins. Each cell is coloured with respect to its FPR value with opacity proportional to the square root of the number of data points in the corresponding bins, normalized by the total number of points in the time interval.

Figure 5