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Fig. 5

From: eUTOPIA: solUTion for Omics data PreprocessIng and Analysis

Fig. 5

Known batch correction effect. Prince plots (a, b), and PCA (Principal Component Analysis) plots (C, D) before and after known batch correction. The prince plots (a, b) report the association between the first ten principal components of the data and the annotation variables, principal components are represented in columns, and the sample annotations are reported in rows. The cell text labels, cell background color, and row label notations with solid blue underline and dotted purple underline are the same as Fig. 4a. PCA plots (c, d) report the relationship between the samples as a scatter plot. The circular outlines in the PCA plot after correction (d) are provided for better visibility of sample grouping

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