Table 5

Simulation A, NEWHYBRIDS, efficiency and accuracy

Mg

Mm

Hybrid

F1

F2

Mg-Bx1

Mm-Bx1

H.u.c.


Mg (n = 10,000)

0.998

0.000

0.002

0.000

0.000

0.002

0.000

0.000

Mm (n = 10,000)

0.000

0.986

0.014

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.012

0.002

F1 (n = 1000)

0.000

0.003

0.997

0.632

0.010

0.091

0.053

0.211

F2 (n = 1000)

0.006

0.012

0.982

0.075

0.346

0.233

0.218

0.110

Mg-Bx1 (n = 1000)

0.164

0.002

0.834

0.064

0.030

0.655

0.002

0.083

Mm-Bx1 (n = 1000)

0.000

0.208

0.792

0.049

0.048

0.004

0.629

0.062

Mg-Bx2 (n = 1000)

0.510

0.000

0.490

0.004

0.006

0.454

0.000

0.026

Mm-Bx2 (n = 1000)

0.000

0.542

0.458

0.009

0.011

0.000

0.413

0.025

Accuracy

0.936

0.928

0.966

0.759

0.767

0.763

0.729


The table displays the proportions of simulated individuals assigned to different categories, efficiencies and accuracies. Columns: observed categories, rows: true categories, last row: accuracies, bold: efficiencies, 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, H.u.c.: hybrid of unclear category. We did not set up additional observed categories for second generation backcrosses in the genotype frequency class file used with NEWHYBRIDS. For this reason, we counted Mg-Bx2 assigned to Mg-Bx1 and Mm-Bx2 assigned to Mm-Bx1 as correctly identified.

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

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