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Table 3 Dynamics and arrangement of SNPs in GEMA simulations

From: Intricacies in arrangement of SNP haplotypes suggest “Great Admixture” that created modern humans

Parameters R e s u l t s
N r α # SNP x 103 #Freq SNP % seg CHs % seg Y/Y
124 48 5 50 6070 85 6.9
250 48 2 270 42333 98 12.5
250 48 3 146 16092 82 4.6
250 48 5 103 9644 73 5.5
250 48 10 80 6682 65 4.9
250 24 5 93 7045 96 25.4
250 12 5 82 5255 99 49.2
250 6 5 73 3863 100 69.0
500 48 5 193 12754 49 3.0
500 48 10 160 9109 55 2.6
1000 48 5 407 17724 35 2.0
2000 48 5 802 24897 25 1.1
  1. This table presents an overall summary of the investigated chromosomal segments resulting from the analyses performed with different sets of SNPs according to their minor allele frequency (MAF threshold, shown in column 1). While column 2 shows total number of segments obtained in each experiment (see M&M for illustration), columns 3, 4, and 6 presents the number of segments with CHs, Yin/Yang haplotypes and Mosaic haplotypes respectively. Column 5 gives the percentage of total segments having Yin/Yang haplotypes
  2. Column four represents the total number of SNPs in the population of virtual individuals. Column five demonstrates the number of frequent SNPs (MAF >25%) in the same modeling population. Column six represents percentages of segments that have one or more CHs (with frequency > =5% in the modeling population), while last column – percentages of segments with Yin/Yang CHs