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Table 2 Results from residual permutation

From: Generalized shrinkage F-like statistics for testing an interaction term in gene expression analysis in the presence of heteroscedasticity

Restricted? Data set F 1 F 2 F 3 F Cui F Gen F Gen-gene F Gen-grp
YES null-ce 4.59(0.07) 4.15(0.08) 3.63(0.14) 4.09(0.09) 4.55(0.07) 3.23(0.06) 4.44(0.08)
  null-gh 4.57(0.07) 4.1(0.13) 3.95(0.16) 4.49(0.07) 4.6(0.07) 4.61(0.07) 4.38(0.07)
  null-wgh 6.74(0.08) 4.33(0.08) 3.51(0.14) 6.49(0.09) 4.38(0.07) 4.2(0.07) 2.78(0.09)
  null-bgh 6.74(0.08) 4.35(0.16) 4.07(0.19) 6.58(0.08) 4.36(0.07) 4.16(0.07) 3.64(0.07)
NO null-ce 5.1(0.07) 4.99(0.08) 4.5(0.08) 4.59(0.08) 4.99(0.07) 4.1(0.07) 4.68(0.07)
  null-gh 5.1(0.07) 4.83(0.1) 4.59(0.11) 5.08(0.07) 4.99(0.07) 5.01(0.07) 4.95(0.07)
  null-wgh 10.75(0.09) 8.46(0.09) 7.6(0.09) 12.37(0.11) 5.03(0.08) 6.43(0.08) 4.93(0.08)
  null-bgh 10.75(0.1) 8.38(0.17) 8.07(0.19) 10.79(0.1) 5.02(0.08) 6.38(0.08) 6.73(0.08)
  1. CWER obtained from 1,000 permutations with the nominal significance level setting at 0.05, with standard errors in parentheses. Nine hundred simulation runs were performed to get empirical average CWER of all types of F-like test statistics.