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Fig. 4 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 4

From: How and how much does RAD-seq bias genetic diversity estimates?

Fig. 4

A comparison between simulations and empirical data in highly diverse populations. Distributions show the πRAD values expected under the neutral panmictic model with θ = 9.7 % (American population, on the left) and θ = 7.4 % (Russian population, on the right). The black arrows indicate the true polymorphism values (πtrue) in the two populations. The grey arrows indicate the observed πRAD values. Each distribution was computed from 400 simulations

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