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Table 1 Total number of pairs and average of sampled pairs for relationship k

From: Using the realized relationship matrix to disentangle confounding factors for the estimation of genetic variance components of complex traits

k FDCa REPb WTc CCd
  totale samplef total sample total sample total sample
0 905640   1508985   1686268   1777995  
  (95.2%)   (95.3%)   (95.5%)   (96%)  
1/16 11881 4.3 18429 4.2 19174 4.2 20155 4.2
  (1.3%) (1.3) (1.2%) (1.3) (1.1%) (1.3) (1.1%) (1.3)
1/8 13598 6.9 21324 6.8 23204 6.7 24215 6.6
  (1.4%) (2.3) (1.5%) (2.2) (1.3%) (2.2) (1.3%) (2.2)
1/4 6530 6.8 11823 7.6 13303 7.8 13977 7.7
  (0.7%) (2.3) (0.8%) (2.8) (0.8%) (2.8) (0.8%) (2.9)
1/2 9063 42.5 13288 43.8 14556 44.1 15273 44.4
  (0.9%) (2.4) (0.8%) (2.3) (0.9%) (2.2) (0.8%) (2.2)
  951510   1583310   1766260   1861485  
  (100%)   (100%)   (100%)   (100%)  
  1. In estimating intra-class correlations for relationships k, the total number of pairs (%), and the average number of sampled pairs (standard deviation) in 10,000 samples for each k for each trait
  2. aFreezing during cue; bRecovery from ear punctuation; cWeight at 10 weeks; dCoat color eTotal number of pairs for each relationship for each trait; fAverage number of pairs in 10,000 samples