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Table 1 Properties of simulated samples

From: Gametic phase estimation over large genomic regions using an adaptive window approach

Case Data type θ 1 R 2 L 3 π 4
  SNP     
1   5 40 25 [14-39] 4.8
2   5 100 25 [13-44] 4.8
3   5 200 25 [10-38] 4.9
4   10 40 49 [33-69] 9.9
5   10 100 48 [31-70] 9.6
6   10 200 48 [30-61] 9.6
7   20 40 90 [65-127] 18.3
8   20 100 90 [65-109] 18.7
9   20 200 89 [65-119] 18.5
  STR     
10    40 10 7.8
11    100 10 7.9
12    200 10 7.8
13    40 20 15.7
14    100 20 15.6
15    200 20 15.6
16    40 50 39.1
17    100 50 39.1
18    200 50 39.1
  1. 1. All simulations were performed in stationary random-mating populations. Samples consisted in 50 diploid individuals.
  2. 2. θ = 4Nu where N is the population size and u is the mutation rate per generation for the whole chromosomal segment.
  3. 3. R = 4Nr where r is the recombination rate for the whole chromosomal segment.
  4. 4. L is the number of polymorphic sites in the sample. For SNPs, we report the average number among 100 replicates, as well as the minimum and maximum numbers in brackets.
  5. 5. π is the average number of discordant sites between two gametes.