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Fig. 1 | Acta Neuropathologica Communications

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From: Methylation array profiling of adult brain tumours: diagnostic outcomes in a large, single centre

Fig. 1

a, the association of methylation array testing rationale (left) with the outcome of the methylome-based classification (right). 179 cases with a calibrated score of 0.84 and higher were included in this graph. b, distribution of calibrated scores in 325 diagnostic samples examined (excluding research samples) demonstrating that for > 55% (179/325) of the predictions the classifier has had high confidence with estimated class probabilities of 94 > 99%. c, Scattergram of turnaround times (TAT) of tests between 2015 and 2018. Whilst the TAT in the first 2 years of the setup phase often comprised 50% of latencies over 30 days, these long TAT have been progressively reduced in 2018. In quarters 2–4 of 2018, the majority of the cases was completed within 4 weeks. For the first four months in 2015 we did not record the dates of requesting tests, therefore no TAT are shown between February and June 2015

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