Resolution:
## Figure 4.
Comparing the S:N ratio before and after wave correction. The S:N ratios for all clones/samples
called as CNVs in [1] calculated before and after wave correction are plotted on the
x- and y-axes, respectively. For a clone flagged as a CNV in a given sample, the S:N
ratio is defined as its log
_{2 }ratio divided by the standard deviation of all log_{2 }ratios on the chromosome on which the CNV is located (for that sample). The red line
has a slope of 1 and intercept 0. Points plotted above this line show an increase
in S:N ratio after wave correction.
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