relatedness_example {BREADR} | R Documentation |

this is an example of the tibble made by callRelatedness()

```
relatedness_example
```

`relatedness_example`

A data frame with 15 rows and 13 columns:

- row
The row number

- pair
the pair of individuals that are compared.

- relationship
the highest posterior probability estimate of the degree of relatedness.

- pmr
the pairwise mismatch rate (mismatch/nsnps).

- sd
the estimated standard deviation of the pmr.

- mismatch
the number of sites which did not match for each pair.

- nsnps
the number of overlapping snps that were compared for each pair.

- ave_re
the value for the background relatedness used for normalisation.

- Same_Twins
the posterior probability associated with a same individual/twins classification.

- First_Degree
the posterior probability associated with a first-degree classification.

- Second_Degree
the posterior probability associated with a second-degree classification.

- Unrelated
the posterior probability associated with an unrelated classification.

- BF
A strength of confidence in the Bayes Factor associated with the highest posterior probability classification compared to the 2nd highest.

[Package *BREADR* version 1.0.1 Index]