Performance of the different modules on the GWAS data compared to randomly generated data. Each point represents the log of the ratio of predictions for a phenotype-specific data set compared to a similar randomly generated SNP set. A positive ratio indicates better performance by the system. For the HS and MHS sets, the system performs better under most SNP/gene approaches, with the MHS set performing the best. In the MWS and WS sets, performance depends on the SNP/gene approach used to map the search spaces, with the NN gene set outperforming the BY sets. The nearest, adjacent and 0.1 Mbp approaches have the best performance.
Ballouz et al. BMC Genetics 2011 12:98 doi:10.1186/1471-2156-12-98