I am struggling a bit to understand the (new) associaton scores, and to what extent they are comparable. I just looked at two of the strongest and well-known associations in cancer; EGFR in lung cancer, and BRAF in melanoma. From your web interface, the association of BRAF with cutaneous melanoma has a score of 0.82 (mouse over in the Associated diseases/Table pane), while the association of EGFR with lung adenocarcinoma has a score of 23.3 (similar mouse over). Are they at all comparable, in the sense that evidence for an association between EGFR and lung cancer is many orders higher than the association between BRAF and melanoma? And is there at all a global scale when it comes to the scores, or is the scale “local” for each target and its respective associations?