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Table 5 Cluster stability scores for Alizadeh et al. [1] data

From: Cluster stability scores for microarray data in cancer studies

  Cluster
Gene % 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
85 0.98 (0.99) 0.19 (0.70) 0.98 (0.99) 0.72 (0.87) 0.99 (1.00) 1.00 (1.00) 1.00 (1.00) 1.00 (1.00)
75 0.89 (0.96) 0.10 (0.61) 0.95 (0.99) 0.57 (0.79) 0.92 (0.96) 0.98 (0.99) 1.00 (1.00) 0.98 (0.99)
50 0.62 (0.86) 0.08 (0.59) 0.71 (0.90) 0.36 (0.65) 0.75 (0.87) 0.82 (0.93) 0.97 (0.99) 0.88 (0.97)
25 0.35 (0.71) 0.03 (0.48) 0.49 (0.81) 0.13 (0.43) 0.53 (0.74) 0.66 (0.86) 0.82 (0.91) 0.72 (0.92)
  1. Note: Complete linkage hierarchical clustering used here. The sizes of clusters 1–8 are 8, 41, 11, 4, 3, 6, 3 and 15, respectively. Gene % represents percentage of p = 4026 genes used for calculating cluster stability scores. See note to Table 2.