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Table 2 Posterior mean of (1-π) multiplied by K = 2,000 loci used in the analyses (se) according to the Bayesian method, number of QTL, distribution of QTL effects and training data size.

From: Extension of the bayesian alphabet for genomic selection

   QTL effect distribution and training data size
   Gamma Normal
Method No. of QTL 1,000 4,000 1,000 4,000
BayesCπ 10 7 (1) 7 (0.8) 13 (0.9) 12 (0.8)
  200 69 (5) 86 (3) 236 (13) 204 (3)
  1,000 312 (40) 315 (8) 1,230 (91) 1,007 (19)
BayesDπ 10 165 (11) 59 (3) 229 (9) 81 (4)
  200 645 (22) 343 (7) 952 (24) 564 (6)
  1,000 984 (39) 747 (10) 1,169 (36) 1,227 (12)
  1. The starting value for π was 0.5. Results are based on 24 replicates of the ideal simulation in which all loci were in linkage equilibrium and both SNPs and QTL were modeled