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posted on 2023-04-26, 02:24 authored by Raymond ToblerRaymond Tobler, Yassine SouilmiYassine Souilmi, Christian HuberChristian Huber

Summary of population genetic statistics used to infer sweep regions, candidate genes, and sweep haplotypes. Statistical information is shown in relation to the local genomic coordinates (x-axis), with data specific to each sweep presented in a separate figure (see sweep label at bottom of figure). In each figure, the top two panels reproduce the iSAFE scores used to determine candidate genes and Fst scores used to define marker SNPs for putative sweep haplotypes, respectively, with high-ranking SNPs being highlighted for each statistic (see key for symbols denoting rank). The remaining panels show the local genomic distribution of the SweepFinder2 composite likelihood ratio (CLR) scores (blue line). Genes within the sweep region are represented by colored boxes, with the color intensity indicating their Z scores (see key). The population with the single highest gene score is indicated with the [Focal] label, and all genes with q < 0.1 are labeled for this population.


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