ms% | 0 | 10 | |||||
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p_{e} | 0.001 | 0.005 | 0.01 | 0.001 | 0.005 | 0.01 | |

MST | L_{cM} | 180 | 294 | 750 | 186 | 408 | 691 |

Bins | 146 | 291 | 708 | 177 | 513 | 862 | |

MUDM | L_{cM} | 134 | 134 | 137 | 131 | 135 | 132 |

N_{sk} | 81 | 75 | 58 | 75 | 86 | 64 | |

n_{r} | 1 | 3 | 1 | 6 | 20 | 14 | |

l %_{f} | 4.8 | 14.3 | 32.1 | 17.9 | 21.4 | 40.5 |

*p*, level of genotyping errors per marker;_{e}*ms*, simulated rate of missing data per marker;*L*_{cM}, map length (in centimorgans) of a chromosome or LG;*l*(%), loss factor, which represents the percentage of lost (noncharacterized) map unique positions in the constructed skeletal map compared to the simulated map; it is calculated as_{f}*l*= 100 [_{f}*N*− (_{skef}*N*−_{sk}*n*)]/_{r}*N*, = 100 (_{skef}*N*−_{skef}*N*+_{sk}*n*)/_{r}*N*, where_{skef}*N*is the number of intervals in the map built for the simulated error-free data, while_{skef}*N*and (_{sk}*N*−_{sk}*n*) are the number of noisy markers in the skeletal map, noncorrected and corrected for the number of repeats, respectively;_{r}*n*, the number of “repeats” resulting from fission of the initial groups of cosegregating markers into subgroups due to genotyping errors and missing marker scores; such repeats will appear in the constructed map at separate (usually, but not necessarily, adjacent) positions._{r}