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Figure 4
Performance of human crowdsourcing on two low-resolution phasing test cases. Plots showing the evolution of WRMS phase error during a game. In both the two-atom (a) and the cylindrin polypeptide (b) cases, the human-powered GA drove convergence towards solutions with much lower phase errors than random (pink). For comparison, the trend of the automatic GA using the WRMS phase error as a fitness function is also shown (green). The skewness for the whole population features an inverse correlation to the average WRMS phase error across the generations (grey).

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