TABLE 1

Examples of ĥ(n; C1, C2) (n = 15)

min(n00, n11)α = 1000α = 5000
n1.n.1012012
C1 = 0.05, C2 = 0.06
 1 10.200180.369150.127170.36203
 1140.319310.070210.309640.05253
 2 20.004560.000790.080810.002050.001540.04850
 3 20.001450.000100.004140.000750.000230.00346
 3130.002000.000120.000620.001790.000180.00041
14140.008590.302020.019590.29064
C1 = 0.05, C2 = −0.06
 1 10.252270.020260.195000.01469
 1140.011440.140450.010840.14231
 2 20.006780.000670.001640.004600.001110.00050
 3 20.001720.000380.000690.001340.000380.00014
 3130.000490.000410.001580.000110.000580.00155
14140.076700.006210.105620.00785
C1 = 0.2, C2 = 0.3
 1 11.040390.418011.053240.42335
 1140.180710.279490.167170.28869
 2 20.076490.050630.076630.069900.071510.05155
 3 20.027190.018900.030710.022230.025500.02878
 3130.013880.010800.010870.014030.013780.00880
14140.110380.123270.131840.10781
C1 = 0.2, C2 = −0.3
 1 11.215890.097241.271420.09276
 1140.033890.401490.030730.42568
 2 20.111270.029390.005210.117230.038340.00281
 3 20.040720.017700.004230.040210.019560.00301
 3130.002320.013200.027790.001860.014320.02869
14140.178240.016430.201580.01410
  • n1. and n.1 are the number of derived alleles observed at M1 and M2, respectively. ĥ(n; C1, C2) for each parameter set was estimated from 105 runs of selective sweep simulations.