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Table 4 Error rates of the combination method

From: Computation of haplotypes on SNPs subsets: advantage of the "global method"

Combination
MD Method Abs IER Rel IER SimER Res rate
2% combi_3snp 1.83% 1.84% 0.17% 100.00%
  combi_5snp 2.56% 2.57% 0.36% 99.58%
  combi_7snp 4.89% 4.89% 0.54% 99.23%
5% combi_3snp 2.72% 2.72% 0.29% 100.00%
  combi_5snp 3.64% 3.69% 0.57% 98.39%
  combi_7snp 6.09% 6.27% 0.60% 97.15%
10% combi_3snp 3.16% 3.22% 0.45% 98.06%
  combi_5snp 5.60% 5.81% 0.68% 96.40%
  combi_7snp 8.12% 8.54% 0.67% 95.12%
15% combi_3snp 5.03% 5.09% 0.61% 98.81%
  combi_5snp 5.98% 6.31% 0.82% 94.70%
  combi_7snp 6.62% 7.36% 0.77% 89.95%
20% combi_3snp 4.09% 4.56% 0.83% 89.78%
  combi_5snp 8.16% 8.70% 0.96% 93.80%
  combi_7snp 6.43% 7.34% 0.90% 87.54%
  1. This table presents the summary of average error rates when using the combination method (see Material and Methods). In that case, we present the example of the results obtained for subsets of 5 SNPs.
  2. IER: individual error rate, Abs IER: absolute IER, Rel IER: relative IER, SimER: similarity error rate, Res Rate: resolution rate, MD: Missing Data.