Figure 4.

Redundancies and interactions according to the BN-BMLA method. The figure shows the magnitude of redundancies (blue curved lines) and interactions (red curved lines) between the variables in the whole dataset (i.e. ALL susceptibility, A panel), in the T-cell lineage sample group (B panel) and in the hyperdiploid sample group (C panel) according to the BN-BMLA method. See Methods for the computation of interaction and redundancy. The width of the curved lines is proportional to the strength of the effect. The a posteriori probability of the strong relevance of the variables is proportional to the length of the dark red columns next to the variable in the inner gray colored ring. The corresponding genes and chromosomes of the SNPs are shown on the outer ring.

Lautner-Csorba et al. BMC Medical Genomics 2012 5:42   doi:10.1186/1755-8794-5-42
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