%0 DATA
%A Rohan, Mehta
%A Alison, F. Feder
%A Simina, M. Boca
%A Noah, A. Rosenberg
%D 2019
%T Supplemental Material for Mehta et al., 2019
%U https://gsajournals.figshare.com/articles/dataset/Supplemental_Material_for_Mehta_et_al_2019/8792594
%R 10.25386/genetics.8792594.v1
%2 https://gsajournals.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/16108856
%2 https://gsajournals.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/16108850
%2 https://gsajournals.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/16108859
%2 https://gsajournals.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/16108853
%K FST
%K Haplotypes
%K Linkage disequilibrium
%K Population structure
%K SNPs
%X Figure S1 provides comparisons of observed FST to theoretical and null values of FST+, for both random SNP sets and SNP windows. Figure S2 displays the distribution of r^2 values from linear regressions for observed values of FST against theoretical or null values, for random SNP sets and for SNP windows. Figure S3 plots rescaled error as a function of the number of SNPs in the haplotype, for four quartiles of the sequence distance between the n-1st SNP and the nth SNP, n=2, 5, 10, 30. Figure S4 shows FST as a function of the number of SNPs in windows of neighboring SNPs, for pairs of geographic regions.