Table 3

The comparison of the applied approaches used by participants for estimation of genomic breeding value of binary trait.

Approach no.

Authors

Method

Acc.

Reg. Coef.

MSD

Shared (%)

Loss (%)


1

Calus et al. [10]*

BayesA bivariate

0.82

0.91

0.33

60

20

2

Calus et al. [10]

BayeaA univariate

0.73

0.89

0.47

53

28

3

Calus et al. [10]

BayesC bivariate

0.85

0.95

0.26

64

15

4

Calus et al. [10]

BayesC univariate

0.79

0.91

0.37

56

22

5

Calus et al. [10]

GBLUP bivariate

0.79

0.88

0.38

60

20

6

Calus et al. [10]

GBLUP univariate

0.72

0.83

0.49

52

29

7

Calus et al. [10]

Pedigree-BLUP univariate

0.52

0.71

0.74

30

52

8

Calus et al. [10]

Pedigree-BLUP bivariate

0.47

0.75

0.79

28

52

12

Coster and Calus[12]

PLSR1

0.72

0.78

1.40

20

71

13

Nadaf et al. [13]

BayesB

0.82

0.94

0.31

59

20

14

Nadaf et al. [13]

BayesB + Pedigree information

0.82

0.94

0.31

59

21

15

Nadaf et al. [13]

GBLUP + Pedigree information

0.71

0.84

0.50

51

30

16

Nadaf et al. [13]

GBLUP

0.71

0.84

0.50

51

29

21

Shen et al. [15]

DHGLM2

0.72

0.83

0.49

50

29

26

Zukowski et al.

GBLUP

0.56

0.81

0.69

38

47


* Reference to applied method; 1 Partial least squares regression; 2 Double hierarchical generalized linear models.

Pszczola et al. BMC Proceedings 2011 5(Suppl 3):S1   doi:10.1186/1753-6561-5-S3-S1

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