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Table 1 Results of Task 1.

From: A community assessment of privacy preserving techniques for human genomes

   Baseline Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 # of sig SNVs
   SNV-based Haplotype-based U Oklahoma UT Dallas McGill U  
D1 Power
Cutoff
5.00E-02
1.00E-03
1.00E-05
0.05
TPR. FPR
0.864. 0.844
0.632. 0.774
0.643. 0.700
0.03
TPR. FPR
0.910. 0.612
1.000. 0.493
1.000. 0.475
0.61
TPR. FPR
1.000. 0.941
1.000. 0.884
1.000. 0.879
0.04
TPR. FPR
1.000. 0.855
1.000. 0.791
1.000. 0.737
0.01
TPR. FPR
1.000. 0.886
1.000. 0.798
1.000. 0.737
22
19
14
D2 Power
Cutoff
5.00E-02
1.00E-03
1.00E-05
0.04
TPR. FPR
0.933. 0.924
0.800. 0.862
0.625. 0.788
0.115
TPR. FPR
0.978. 0.804
1.000. 0.708
1.000. 0.504
0.005
TPR. FPR
1.000. 0.958
1.000. 0.909
1.000. 0.876
0.01
TPR. FPR
0.533. 0
1.000. 0
1.000. 0
0.09
TPR. FPR
0.956. 0.746
1.000. 0.582
1.000. 0.425
45
15
8
  1. In the first column, D1 refers to 200 participants, 311 SNVs (~29504091-30044866, chr2) and D2 refers to 200 participants, 610 SNVs (~55127312-56292137, chr10). The rows labeled 'Power' indicate the ratio of identifiable individuals using the likelihood ratio test in the case group. The other rows start with a cutoff threshold for the χ2test (e.g., 5 × 10-2, 10-3, 10-5), for which two measurements (true positive rate and false positive rate for SNVs using the χ2 test) were calculated under each method. The last column corresponds to the number of significant SNVs calculated using the original data (i.e., without added noise).