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Supplemental Material for Mehta et al., 2019

posted on 08.07.2019, 15:17 by Rohan Mehta, Alison F. Feder, Simina M. Boca, Noah A. Rosenberg
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.


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The Relationship Between Haplotype-Based FST and Haplotype Length

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