TABLE 5

Results from simulations for various population models

Estimated eEstimated Inference efficiency
Ne mHc.v.95% C.I.mMeanc.v.95% C.I.123
Simulations based on an infinite island model: μ = 106
0.542.700.9516.59–222.610.010.01170.680.0022–0.02730.05.494.6
1.047.790.6824.16–133.760.020.02110.480.0069–0.03920.00.399.7
2.048.450.3130.66–82.540.040.04200.320.0226–0.06690.00.0100.0
Simulations based on a finite island model: μ = 103
0.538.870.9814.62–251.290.010.01661.210.0023–0.04460.213.786.1
1.038.951.0114.87–226.160.020.03341.250.0044–0.09340.49.390.3
2.036.950.9915.33–228.840.040.06331.120.0081–0.19133.010.087.0
Simulations based on a finite island model: μ = 5 × 103
0.556.720.7727.00–219.130.010.01410.590.0032–0.02960.05.394.7
1.053.490.6427.91–152.620.020.02580.510.0082–0.05000.00.799.3
2.050.320.4430.43–97.780.040.05020.480.0219–0.09060.00.299.8

See Table 3 legend for details. For all sets of parameters, eight loci were scored among 50 sampled individuals. An infinite island model was assumed.