Figure 5.

Subgraphs of the strongly relevant variables in event-free and overall survival. Left: The “averaged structure” of the subgraphs of the strongly relevant variables in event-free survival according to the BN-BMLA method. Right: The “averaged structure” of the subgraphs of the strongly relevant variables in overall survival according to the BN-BMLA method. The width of the edges is proportional to their a posteriori probability. Edges are shown only if their a posteriori probability exceed 0.5. The probability of the edges is computed by averaging over the Bayesian networks visited by the MCMC process. See Methods. Target variables are indicated with red color, phenotypic variables with purple color, and SNPs with orange color.

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