Table 4

Simulation A, STRUCTURE, efficiency and accuracy with different threshold values

Threshold

0.1

0.2

0.3


Efficiency Mg

1.000

1.000

1.000

Efficiency Mm

0.998

1.000

1.000

Efficiency F1

0.980

0.912

0.811

Efficiency F2

0.923

0.791

0.614

Efficiency Mg-Bx1

0.537

0.325

0.177

Efficiency Mm-Bx1

0.524

0.329

0.206

Efficiency Mg-Bx2

0.174

0.062

0.026

Efficiency Mm-Bx2

0.185

0.061

0.022

Accuracy Mg

0.881

0.849

0.825

Accuracy Mm

0.882

0.852

0.832

Accuracy Hyb

0.994

1.000

0.999


The table displays efficiencies and accuracies for three different thresholds for the posterior probabilities used to distinguish between purebreds and hybrids. Efficiency: efficiency of identifying purebreds as purebreds and hybrids of different categories as hybrids, accuracy: accuracy of identified purebreds and hybrids, Mg: purebred Microcebus griseorufus, Mm: purebred M. murinus, F1: Mg × Mm, F2: F1 × F1, Mg-Bx1: F1 × Mg, Mm-Bx1: F1 × Mm, Mg-Bx2: Mg-Bx1 × Mg, Mm-Bx2: Mm-Bx1 × Mm, Hyb: hybrid, bold: values for the threshold of 0.1, which we applied to the real data.

Hapke et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:297   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-297

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