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Table 1 Power comparison across genetic diversity and marker types. Each estimate is an average of 11 populations for each diversity level, with \(l = 3 \;{\text{cM}}\). SNP refers to the biallelic model, IBD refers to the ancestral, multiallelic model and Hap refers to the haplotype-based approach. For detection power and QTL precision, higher numbers indicate a better model, while for false positive rate and accuracy, lower numbers indicate a better model

From: Multiallelic models for QTL mapping in diverse polyploid populations

  Detection power False positive rate QTL precision Accuracy (cM from true position)
SNP IBD Hap SNP IBD Hap SNP IBD Hap SNP IBD Hap
NAM1 0.939 1 1 0.012 0.066 0.055 0.917 0.850 0.941 0.593 0.161 0.121
NAM3 0.909 0.970 0.970 0.008 0.065 0.054 0.865 0.814 0.886 0.550 0.192 0.130
NAM7 0.545 0.939 0.909 0.005 0.064 0.040 0.697 0.842 0.879 0.687 0.325 0.331
NAM10 0.606 0.848 0.818 0.005 0.055 0.038 0.773 0.932 0.850 0.665 0.312 0.621