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Table 1 Comparison of true and reconstructed splits and weights on the artificial tree by 6 methods

From: Quartet-based methods to reconstruct phylogenetic networks

True Phylo QuartetS QuartetA QuartetM Quartet-Net Neighbor-Net Neighbor-Joining
Split Wei Split Wei BV Split Wei BV Split Wei BV Split Wei BV Split Wei BV Split Wei BV
ab 1 ab 1 100 ab 1 100 ab 1 100 ab 1 100 ab 1 100 ab 1 100
abcd 3 abcd 3.03 100 abcd 3 100 abcd 2.98 100 abcd 3.03 100 abcd 2.98 100 abcd 2.98 100
abef 1 abef 1.03 100 abef 1.03 100 abef 1.03 100 abef 1.03 100 abef 1.02 100 abef 1.02 100
a 1 a 1.03 100 a 0.99 100 a 0.98 100 a 1.03 100 a 1.04 100 a 1.04 100
b 1 b 1.04 100 b 1 100 b 0.99 100 b 1.04 100 b 1.05 100 b 1.05 100
c 1 c 1.03 100 c 0.99 100 c 0.98 100 c 1.03 100 c 1.04 100 c 1.04 100
d 1 d 1.03 100 d 0.99 100 d 0.98 100 d 1.03 100 d 1.04 100 d 1.04 100
e 1 e 1.04 100 e 1.01 100 e 1.00 100 e 1.04 100 e 1.04 100 e 1.05 100
f 1 f 1.06 100 f 1.03 100 f 1.02 100 f 1.06 100 f 1.06 100 f 1.06 100
            abc 0.01 15 abc 0.02 31    
            abd 0.02 15 abd 0.02 40    
            acef 0.01 15 acef 0.01 21    
               abf 0.02 34    
               acd 0.02 33    
               aef 0.02 36    
               abe 0.02 35    
               ad 0.01 16    
               ae 0.01 15    
               adef 0.01 19    
  1. The column “True Phylo” denotes the underlying truth and the columns “QuartetS”, “QuartetA”, “QuartetM”, “Quartet-Net”, “Neighbor-Net”, and “Neighbor-Joining” denote the reconstructed results by each method respectively. In addition, “Wei” denotes the average weight of the corresponding split over 100 runs; “BV” denote bootstrap value.