Determination of window size for analyzing DNA sequences
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DNA sequences are generally not random sequences. To show such nonrandomness visually, DNA sequence data are often plotted as moving averages for a certain length of window slid along a sequence. Here a simple algorithm is presented for determining the window size and for finding a nonrandom region of sequence.
Key wordsDNA sequence Sliding window Moving window Nonrandom sequence Statistical tests
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