Data from: Across population genomic prediction scenarios in which Bayesian variable selection outperforms GBLUP

Sanne Van Den Berg, Mario P. L. Calus, Theo H. E. Meuwissen & Yvonne C. J. Wientjes
Background: The use of information across populations is an attractive approach to increase the accuracy of genomic prediction for numerically small populations. However, accuracies of across population genomic prediction, in which reference and selection individuals are from different populations, are currently disappointing. It has been shown for within population genomic prediction that Bayesian variable selection models outperform GBLUP models when the number of QTL underlying the trait is low. Therefore, our objective was to identify...
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