Example Success Rate and Significance of Differences. Part A shows the detailed success rate analysis results for a single heritability (0.1) and sample size (1600). The success rate to filter both relevant SNPs into percentiles from the 99thto 50this shown. The 99thpercentile corresponds to the top 10 SNPs by the assigned weights in these datasets which contain 1000 SNPs. In part B pairwise comparisons are made between each pair of methods at the 99th, 95th, and 75thpercentiles. ReliefF, SURF, TuRF, and SURF&TuRF are labeled R, S, T, and ST respectively. Significance is illustrated with levels of grey (i.e. light grey indicates 0.01 <p ≤ 0.05, dark grey indicates 0.001 <p ≤ 0.01, and black indicates p ≤ 0.001). As an example, at the 99thpercentile the blank square at the intersection of R and S indicates that the difference between ReliefF and SURF was not significant. On the other hand the black square at the intersection of S and ST indicates that the difference between the success rates of SURF and SURF&TuRF at that percentile was highly significant.