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What do the output columns mean?

General

  • ID: Term identifier from the ontology

Hypergeometric

  • Rank: ordinal rank of the p-value compared to the p-values of other annotations
  • Raw p-value: uncorrected p-value from the hypergeometric test
  • Bonferroni p-value: Bonferroni corrected p-value
  • FDR q-value: False discovery rate q-value
  • Fold Enrichment (kN/(nK)): fold enrichment of number of genes in the test set with the annotation (observed / expected)
  • Expected (nK/N): expected number of genes in the test set with the annotation
  • Observed (k): actual number of genes in the test set with the annotation
  • Total Genes (K): number of genes in the genome with the annotation
  • Term Coverage (k/K): fraction of all genes with the annotation that are tagged by the test set

Binomial

  • Rank: ordinal rank of the p-value compared to the p-values of other annotations
  • Raw p-value: uncorrected p-value from the binomial test
  • Bonferroni p-Value: Bonferroni corrected p-value
  • FDR q-Value: False discovery rate q-value
  • Fold Enrichment (kN/(nK)): fold enrichment of number of genomic regions in the test set with the annotation (observed / expected)
  • Expected (np): expected number of genomic regions in the test set with the annotation
  • Hits (k): actual number of genomic regions in the test set with the annotation
  • Genome Fraction (p): fraction of bases in the genome that lie in the domain of attraction of a gene with the annotation
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