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Figure 6

From: Human population structure detection via multilocus genotype clustering

Figure 6

The number of random SNP loci needed to correctly classify individuals in the Perlegen data. Boxplots show the statistics of predicted origin vs. known origin for AA, EA and HC estimated with different numbers of SNP loci. Each dendrogram tree was cut at depth 2 to generate three clusters and predicted origin was assigned by the major population group represented in the cluster. For each number of SNPs, we randomly sampled 100 times from 22 autosomal chromosomes. Horizontal lines are drawn at the 1st quartile, 3rd quartile and median and are connected to form the box. A vertical dashed line is drawn down from the 1st quartile to the most extreme data point within a distance of 1.5 interquartile range (IQR). A similar line is drawn up from the 3rd quartile. The ends of the vertical lines are indicated by short horizontal lines. Outliers are marked by dots. Red diamonds are the means of the classification error rate for the sample for each number of SNP loci tested and red arrows are mean ± standard deviation.

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