Positional co-enrichment of DEGs and DASGs along 24 chromosomes.

A. Global intensity plot of positional enrichment for DEGs and DASGs. Each cell represents a chromosomal band and the intensity of its color is proportional to the corresponding enrichment of DEGs or DASGs in this band, which is normalized by both the total amount of genes in the band and the number of either DEGs or DASGs. Each column represents the chromosome containing all the bands and the color, either blue or red, ahead of the column distinguishing the class of genes from DEGs and DASGs. B. The violin plot for the positional co-enrichment score (distance) between two gene sets. The curve covering the yellow region represents the distance distribution of two random gene sets in the same size of DEGs and DASGs respectively. A shorter distance means a higher co-enrichment of these two gene sets. The red diamond point refers to the distance between DEGs and DASGs.