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Table 2 Bayesian approach resultsa with (Y) or without (N) "population" covariate.

From: A new Bayesian approach incorporating covariate information for heterogeneity and its comparison with HLOD

Replicate Number Covariate Chromosome 1 Chromosome 3
   95% CS 95% CS
1 Y 1.000 166.70 (163, 171) 1.000 297.99 (294, 304)
  N 1.000 166.68 (163, 172) 1.000 297.32 (294, 302)
2 Y 0.983 172.43 (165, 178) 0.696 - -
  N 0.947 171.41 (161, 178) 0.787 299.07 (291, 306)
3 Y 1.000 169.67 (165, 175) 0.993 298.92 (292, 306)
  N 1.000 169.86 (165, 176) 0.994 297.60 (292, 306)
4 Y 1.000 164.30 (161, 169) 0.999 300.12 (294, 306)
  N 1.000 164.22 (159, 170) 0.999 298.90 (293, 306)
5 Y 1.000 169.21 (166, 173) 1.000 296.91 (294, 301)
  N 1.000 168.71 (165, 173) 1.000 296.82 (294, 300)
   Chromosome 5 Chromosome 9
   95% CS 95% CS
1 Y 0.996 0.00 (0, 5) 0.998 1.76 (0, 10)
  N 0.971 0.00 (0, 6) 0.981 2.22 (0, 12)
2 Y 1.000 8.02 (4, 12) 1.000 6.64 (0, 11)
  N 1.000 8.68 (4, 13) 0.998 6.61 (0, 13)
3 Y 1.000 3.14 (0, 12) 0.735 0.00 (0, 10)
  N 1.000 3.85 (0, 12) 0.172 - -
4 Y 0.108 - - 0.973 0.00 (0, 9)
  N 0.297 - - 0.995 1.43 (0, 9)
5 Y 0.998 4.02 (0, 12) 0.001 - -
  N 0.998 5.33 (0, 12) 0.001 - -
  1. a and 95% CS are the mean and (2.5th, 97.5th) percentiles of the estimated posterior distribution of d under linkage, respectively. and CS are reported only if posterior probability of linkage > 0.7. Note that the 0 in the lower limits of the CS and the values are due to the truncations of negative map positions that resulted from consideration of positions 10 cM before the first marker, for computational reasons.