Supplemental Material for Mehta et al., 2019
datasetposted on 08.07.2019 by Rohan Mehta, Alison F. Feder, Simina M. Boca, Noah A. Rosenberg
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
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.