Combined Analysis (all experiments)
- P(per)
- = 0.3079
- P(reg)
- = 0.4902
- Peaktime
- uncertain [see possible reasons why]
The rank orders each gene of an organism by a score we have assigned based on its pattern of expression and magnitude of regulation. Those genes with the highest periodicity and that are most regulated are given the best ranks (lowest number).
The P-value for periodicity is the chance of observing as great a periodicity by random shuffling of the individual time-point values of the expression profile. A small P(per) value therefore implies a highly periodic pattern of expression.
The P-value for regulation estimates the chance that the magnitude of regulation will have occurred at random. A small P(reg) value therefore implies a strongly regulated gene.
The peaktime describes when in the cell cycle a gene is maximally expressed. Peaktime is calculated as a percent, with both 0 and 100 representing the M/G1 transition in the cell cycle. These percents are displayed as discrete phases or transitions of the cell cycle.
This gene is predicted periodic based on its rank.
Several reasons exist for why peaktime could be uncertain.
Several reasons exist for why peaktime could be uncertain.
Graph of INO2 (from probeset YDR123C).