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Table 3 Dimensionality of different genomic relationship matrices

From: Theoretical and empirical comparisons of expected and realized relationships for the X-chromosome

Statistic X-chromosome BTA2 Autosomes
Number of positive SV 5921 5693 6085
Number of SV accounting for 90% of total 15 24 105
Number of SV accounting for 95% of total 25 39 250
Number of SV accounting for 99% of total 53 85 793
Number of SV accounting for 99.9% of total 122 191 1977
Proportion of correlations > 0.90 1.0e−4 1.7e−6 1.1e−7
Proportion of correlations > 0.95 5.4e−5 5.4e−7 1.1e−7
Proportion of correlations > 0.99 3.4e−5 2.7e−7 1.1e−7
Proportion of correlations > 0.90 (males only) 1.6e−3 4.9e−6 0
Proportion of correlations > 0.95 (males only) 1.1e−3 0 0
Proportion of correlations > 0.99 (males only) 8.9e−4 0 0
  1. The dimensionality was assessed based on the singular value decomposition (SVD). The frequency of high genomic correlations between individuals are also indicated (either in the entire genotyped samples, either in genotyped males only)
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