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Table 2 Error of the RAS value differences between both DNA pools

From: Comparison of genotyping using pooled DNA samples (allelotyping) and individual genotyping using the affymetrix genome-wide human SNP array 6.0

  RAS (Birdseed2)   RAS (CEL)   RAS (k-corrected) RAS (PPC-corrected)
SNP set Q90 (Median) Mean (SD) Q90 (Median) Mean (SD) Q90 (Median) Mean (SD) Q90 (Median) Mean (SD)
all SNPs (N = 772729) 0.0613 (0.0229) 0.0287 (0.024) 0.0635 (0.0243) 0.03 (0.024) 0.0617 (0.0231) 0.0289 (0.024) NA NA
10000 SNPs MAF >1% 0.0562 (0.0218) 0.0266 (0.022) 0.0583 (0.0227) 0.0277 (0.022) 0.0556 (0.0213) 0.0262 (0.021) 0.0616 (0.0229) 0.0288 (0.024)
10000 SNPs MAF >5% 0.0578 (0.0229) 0.0275 (0.022) 0.0601 (0.0236) 0.0286 (0.022) 0.0574 (0.0226) 0.0272 (0.022) NA NA
  RAS (tan-corrected n = 0.5) RAS (tan-corrected n = 1) RAS (tan-corrected n = 2)   
SNP set Q90 (Median) Mean (SD) Q90 (Median) Mean (SD) Q90 (Median) Mean (SD)   
all SNPs (N = 772729) 0.0976 (0.0346) 0.0457 (0.11) 0.102 (0.0358) 0.0488 (0.19) 0.123 (0.0390) 0.106 (3.1)   
10000 SNPs MAF >1% 0.0671 (0.0266) 0.0322 (0.025) 0.0675 (0.0271) 0.0326 (0.026) 0.0715 (0.0285) 0.0345 (0.028)   
10000 SNPs MAF >5% 0.067 (0.0269) 0.0325 (0.025) 0.0667 (0.0270) 0.0325 (0.025) 0.068 (0.0274) 0.0331 (0.026)   
  1. Absolute differences (error) of the RAS value differences between both DNA pools and the difference of the expected RAS values calculated from calls obtained by individual genotyping of the same DNA samples. Q90 represents the 90% quantile, SD the standard deviation of the error.