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Therefore, the number of specified iterations was appropriate and the a posteriori sample values significantly represented valid estimates of the parameter a posteriori distribution.
According to VAN TASSELL & VAN VLECK (1996), this occurs when the error value added to the mean estimate of the a posteriori distribution of the heritability coefficient does not change the estimate value.
It is noteworthy that this measure is considered small when its value, added to the mean estimate of a posteriori distribution of the heritability coefficients, does not change the estimated value up to the second decimal place (VAN TASSELL & VAN VLECK, 1996).