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gcc20548-SupplementaryFigure1.tiff3776K Supplementary Figure 1 - Array-CGH data for the region approximately 76.3 to 78 Mb on chromosome 16, on a custom oligonucleotide array from Nimblegen Systems.Points were data averaged over 300 bp windows. Line is estimated copy number obtained using the circular binary segmentation algorithm of Olshen et al (2004).
gcc20548-SupplementaryTable1.gff772K Supplementary Table 1 - Array-CGH data in GFF format (specified at http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/formats/GFF/) for the region approximately 76.3 to 78 Mb on chromosome 16, on a custom oligonucleotide array from Nimblegen Systems.This file contains the array-CGH data averaged over 300 bp intervals. It is a tab-delimited text file and can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any text editor. The columns are respectively <chromosome> <software used to process data data> <samplename> <start position on chromosome 16, hg17 assembly> <end position on chromosome 16, hg17 assembly> <hybridisation signal ratio> <not used> <not used> <color for plotting>Most of the rows have color 000000. These are the array CGH data. The last few rows, for which color is FF0000, are lines representing regions of constant copy number as calculated by the Olshen segmentation algorithm (see methods).
gcc20548-SupplementaryTable1.xls3566K Supplementary Table 1 - Array-CGH data in GFF format (specified at http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Software/formats/GFF/) for the region approximately 76.3 to 78 Mb on chromosome 16, on a custom oligonucleotide array from Nimblegen Systems.This file contains the array-CGH data averaged over 300 bp intervals. It is a tab-delimited text file and can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any text editor. The columns are respectively <chromosome> <software used to process data data> <samplename> <start position on chromosome 16, hg17 assembly> <end position on chromosome 16, hg17 assembly> <hybridisation signal ratio> <not used> <not used> <color for plotting>Most of the rows have color 000000. These are the array CGH data. The last few rows, for which color is FF0000, are lines representing regions of constant copy number as calculated by the Olshen segmentation algorithm (see methods).

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