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1 performances obtained by individual approaches as the area under the precision versus recall curve (AUPR). 36 Each network name ends by a short string which defines the sample size (n = 300 or 900), the gene density (D/S for dense or sparse), and the simulated gene expression heritability (H/L for high or low) the recall is the ratio of correctly predicted edges among all edges to predict. The precision is the ratio of correctly predicted edges among all predicted edges. Since the predicted list of edges is ranked, edges are successively introduced with decreasing confidence scores, and precision and recall levels are computed at each step, defining a curve in the precision–recall space.
Allouche et al. 6 Postprocessing Each of the methods produces two weighted oriented graphs, one that connects marker variables Mj to expression variables Eg (where edge j ≥ g is weighted by m ) and another connecting expression variables E to other expression variables E wjg j g e ). Ultimately,a single ranked list of edges is (where edge j ≥ g is weighted by wjg wanted, representing one gene regulation network. In order to combine the two informations, we simply ranked all edges k ≥ l by m + we .
2. Partially, weak performance due to small marker distance can be compensated by biological variability (configuration 2 vs. 8). However, in the case of small samples and larger marker distance, larger biological variability decreases performance. This is most likely due to a poor signal-to-noise ratio and can be understood as follows. 65 Fig. 8 depending on the chosen threshold parameters by regulator genotype variations. This approach requires sufficient (i) variation of the regulator and (ii) sensitivity of targets with respect to expression variations of the regulator.