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Table 4 21 Significantly similar comparisons of the ordered gene lists with the same labels used by the Figure 3

From: Meta-analysis of several gene lists for distinct types of cancer: A simple way to reveal common prognostic markers

comparison ID studies α.opt # up #down #genes (0.03)
2_1 A B 0.06 162 154 43
2_2 A P 0.03 166 164 46
3_1 A B L 0.015 267 176 16
3_2 A B M 0.3 142 271 8
3_3 A B P 0.012 135 252 4
3_4 A B G 0.01 140 255 7
3_5 A L P 0.01 198 213 12
3_6 B M G 0.01 0 169 5
3_7 M P G 0.02 206 187 17
4_1 A B L M 0.3 350 296 4
4_2 A B L P 0.012 0 340 0
4_3 A B L G 0.01 0 235 0
4_4 A B M G 0.01 314 395 7
4_5 A B P G 0.01 448 243 3
4_6 A L M P 0.01 483 354 6
4_7 A L M G 0.01 483 354 6
4_8 A M P G 0.01 463 251 7
4_9 L M P G 0.01 232 396 6
5_1 A B L M G 0.01 0 481 3
5_2 A B M P G 0.01 666 419 2
5_3 A L M P G 0.01 466 424 2
  1. The column "# up" records how many orders to count for up-regulated genes [66], and "# down" records how many orders to count for down-regulated genes in poor outcomes.