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I downloaded all the data, and used perl version to test with the default parameter(only changed the path). Pf was set to 0 according to the paper. My sgr files were the same as that of the website. But I got a different result. The final regions are different from 24,739 in the paper. Does anyone test this? And whether there are other parameters i haven't considered? Thank you so much!
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