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Figure 3

From: Why is Tanimoto index an appropriate choice for fingerprint-based similarity calculations?

Figure 3

Visualization of SRD ranking and grouping. Average was used as reference. Scaled SRD values (between 0 and 100) are plotted on the x axis and left y axis. The right y axis shows the relative frequencies for the fitted Gauss curve on random numbers (black) (XX1 = 5% error limit, med = median, XX19 = 95% limit). If an SRD value (similarity metric) overlaps with the Gaussian curve, it is not distinguishable from random ranking.

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