Additional file 7: Figure S6. of Parallel or convergent evolution in human population genomic data revealed by genotype networks

2016-08-02T05:00:00Z (GMT) by Ali R. Vahdati Andreas Wagner
Two examples for the distribution of the number of neighbors in the giant component of networks with an excess of squares. Most haplotype networks have a skewed distribution of the number of neighbors, of which the distribution in a) for PKD1L1 (polycystic kidney disease 1 like 1) is representative. A minority of haplotype networks have a more symmetric distribution of this number of neighbors, as exemplified by b) for the network of PRAMEF2 (PRAME family member 2). (PDF 135 kb)