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Supplemental Material for Whiting and Fraser, 2020

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posted on 23.12.2019 by James Whiting, Bonnie Fraser

Figure S1-49 - Additional figures for alternative mutation/recombination scaling datasets, PhenoNULL datasets and neutral datasets. Also additional figures and sampling points of main dataset.


Supporting information: Additional information and results regarding modifications to simulations. Modifications include: reducing effect size of QTL loci; and restricting simulations to a total N individuals of 1000 to correct for potential population expansions.


Table S1: False positive (FPR) and false negative rates (FNR) calculated across all measures of divergence and their combined use. Estimates were calculated by combining 5% of data under divergent selection with 95% neutral data and taking upper 5% cut-offs. For single measures, outlier N is always 100 (5% of 2,000) and FNR = FPR.


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Article title

Contingent Convergence: The Ability To Detect Convergent Genomic Evolution Is Dependent on Population Size and Migration

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G3/2019/400970

Article DOI

10.1534/g3.119.400970

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