TABLE 4

SNP simulation results

True:Balancing selectionNeutralDirectional selection
Classified:Bal.Neut.Direc.Bal.Neut.Direc.Bal.Neut.Direc.
Pop-20 (0)100 (98)0 (2)0 (0)799 (743)1 (57)0 (0)86 (62)14 (38)
Pop-6a58 (73)42 (26)0 (1)34 (44)751 (714)15 (42)0 (0)39 (29)61 (71)
Pop-1082 (85)18 (13)0 (2)31 (44)747 (719)22 (37)0 (0)18 (11)82 (89)
Pop-2097 (98)3 (2)0 (0)25 (40)756 (728)19 (32)0 (0)8 (7)92 (93)
Fst-0.0510 (25)90 (74)0 (1)10 (34)772 (728)18 (38)0 (0)27 (18)73 (82)
Fst-0.1033 (49)67 (50)0 (1)22 (39)763 (720)15 (41)0 (0)38 (28)62 (72)
Fst-0.15a58 (73)42 (26)0 (1)34 (44)751 (714)15 (42)0 (0)39 (29)61 (71)
Fst-0.2562 (76)38 (23)0 (1)34 (51)756 (701)10 (48)0 (0)32 (17)68 (83)
Size-1532 (52)68 (47)0 (1)14 (33)772 (729)14 (38)0 (0)32 (25)68 (75)
Size-30a58 (73)42 (26)0 (1)34 (44)751 (714)15 (42)0 (0)39 (29)61 (71)
Size-5061 (78)39 (22)0 (0)31 (51)741 (710)28 (39)0 (0)22 (17)78 (83)
Size-10061 (76)39 (24)0 (0)30 (52)745 (711)25 (37)0 (0)25 (22)75 (78)
  • Numbers of SNP loci simulated under (“true”) balancing selection, neutrality, and directional selection that were classified in each category using a reversible-jump cutoff of 0.86 (0.79) that give false-positive rates of 5% (10%) are shown. Bal., balancing selection; Neut., neutrality; Direc., directional selection.

  • a These data sets represent the same reference data set that is replicated in the table to make comparisons between results.