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Table 1 The number of correctly identified genes as a function of both subspace location and dimension

From: Combining transcriptional datasets using the generalized singular value decomposition

k Δk = 0 Δk = 1 Δk = 2 Δk = 3 Δk = 4
1 4 (0.85)     
2 6 (0.53) 4 (0.85)    
3 5 (0.71) 6 (0.53) 5 (0.71)   
4 3 (0.94) 6 (0.53) 10 (5.9 × 10-2) 5 (0.71)  
5 8 (0.22) 14 (1.3 × 10-3) 13 (3.8 × 10-3) 13 (3.8 × 10-3) 8 (0.22)
6 12 (1.1 × 10-2) 13 (3.8 × 10-3) 17 (2.7 × 10-5) 17 (2.7 × 10-5) 5 (0.71)
7 9 (0.12) 14 (1.3 × 10-3) 17 (2.7 × 10-5) 14 (1.3 × 10-3)  
8 9 (0.12) 15 (3.9 × 10-4) 13 (3.8 × 10-3)   
9 8 (0.22) 10 (5.9 × 10-2)    
10 8 (0.22)     
  1. Arraylets ranging from k-Δk to k+Δk were used to define the subspace. The genes used to define the GSVD are indicated by asterisks in the online Additional Material [see Additional file 1]. The numbers in brackets are the corresponding p-values.
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