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12 months ago

LimMo
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What is the statistical meaning of top-hit and top 10 when you have for example among 3000 scores and you want to find how many from these 3000 scores are in the top-hit and top 10?

I didn't find anything useful to explain that, any help with that please?

This post is unanswerable at present. We don't know what scores you're referring to so cannot she'd any light on what those terms mean.

These scores are the risk for a set of 10K variants, they have been sorted from the riskiest to least. So, I have 3000 inserted into that set and I want to know the top-hit and top 10 from these 3000 among that set

That has not clarified it. What are the scores and how are they defined? - are they odds ratios or coefficients from a regression analysis? If you have already sorted them from 'riskiest to least', then you already have the top 10, no?

These scores are the risk derived from measuring the pathogenicity tool, and I want to find how many of these 3000 in the 10000 ranks in the top-hit and top 10-hit