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Table 2 Percentage of alleles correctly/incorrectly phased by the most optimal setings1 for the simulated data sets

From: A combined long-range phasing and long haplotype imputation method to impute phase for SNP genotypes

  Ne 100   Ne 1000  
  with pedigree without pedigree with pedigree without pedigree
Pedigree 1   99.11/0.30   99.11/0.30
Pedigree 2 NPG2 97.85/0.43 98.49/0.63 97.73/0.29 97.88/0.39
Pedigree 2 PG3 98.85/0.49 99.03/0.42 99.70/0.17 99.48/0.17
Pedigree 3 NPG2 98.35/0.38 98.61/0.63 99.23/0.14 99.14/0.27
Pedigree 3 PG3 99.23/0.37 99.05/0.41 99.76/0.16 99.58/0.13
Pedigree 4 NPG2 98.20/0.41 98.61/0.63 98.19/0.41 98.61/0.63
Pedigree 4 PG3 99.35/0.31 99.29/0.32 99.74/0.20 99.59/0.15
Pedigree 5 97.59/0.42 98.28/0.60 99.30/0.30 99.31/0.22
Pedigree 6 sires 97.05/0.45 98.40/0.62 99.05/0.17 99.25/0.20
Pedigree 6 last 2000 98.24/0.39 98.24/0.39 99.34/0.20 99.42/0.26
Pedigree 7 sires 97.56/0.40 98.71/0.50 98.98/0.20 99.15/0.29
Pedigree 7 last 2000 96.86/0.46 98.40/0.66 98.85/0.20 99.34/0.26
Pedigree 8 95.01/1.10 96.67/1.39 96.02/0.57 96.36/1.01
  1. 1Optimal settings refer to the optimal core and CplusT lengths; core length was 100 SNP, CplusT length varied between 300 and 500 SNP; 2NPG indicates that this dataset did not have parents genotyped; 3PG indicates that this dataset had parents genotyped