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Table 3 Shows the number of exon-exon junctions on which reads were uniquely mapped from each sample listed in column 1 by the two methods SPEventH (Column 2) and Tophat (column 3)

From: Genome-wide Profiling of RNA splicing in prostate tumor from RNA-seq data using virtual microarrays

Sample SPEventH Tophat Common
T02 117076 120864 43891
T03 97898 101032 36109
T06 118972 145448 41827
T08 99557 101261 38229
T09 86033 103793 31510
T11 134996 135378 26818
T13 167250 166213 26758
T15 164348 192518 28383
T19 168447 198934 27790
T23 164983 188546 30043
N02 102874 92880 39396
N03 97750 92234 36411
N06 89427 99376 31770
N08 75131 65474 26844
N09 78205 68111 29759
N11 153994 155169 24175
N13 155390 175640 26132
N15 148237 167555 26825
N19 151464 149138 36617
N23 154390 157457 30576
  1. Last column lists the number of junctions commonly predicted in each sample by both methods.