Extended Data Fig. 6: Comparison of HPIPE to alternative metagenomic binning methods. | Nature Microbiology

Extended Data Fig. 6: Comparison of HPIPE to alternative metagenomic binning methods.

From: Tracking microbial evolution in the human gut using Hi-C reveals extensive horizontal gene transfer, persistence and adaptation

Extended Data Fig. 6

Single-copy gene estimates of genome completeness percentage (in black) and contamination percentage (in red) with HPIPE, metaBAT2, and bin3C, sorted according to completeness. Minimal completeness (50%) and maximal contamination (10%) thresholds are depicted with dashed horizontal lines. Our results (HPIPE, as in Fig. 2c), are compared to metaBAT2 (tool based on abundance and tetranucleotide frequency), and bin3C (tool based on clustering of Hi-C data).

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