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Table 2 Summary statistics for MC1R in Melanesian sample and for 1000 Genomes populations (AFR = LWK, YRI; EUR = CEU, FIN, GBR, IBS, TSI; EAS = CHB, CHD, JPT; SAS = BEB, GIH, ITU, PJL, STU)

From: MC1R diversity in Northern Island Melanesia has not been constrained by strong purifying selection and cannot explain pigmentation phenotype variation in the region

Population 2 N bp S # of haplotypes π θ Tajima’s D FWH
Melanesia 376 954 5 8 0.00075 0.00081 −0.117 −0.543
Bougainville 72 954 2 3 0.00056 0.00043 0.486 −0.761
New Hanover 122 954 5 7 0.00099 0.00097 0.036 −0.191
New Britain 64 954 3 5 0.00067 0.00067 0.012 −0.850
New Ireland 112 954 4 6 0.00065 0.00079 −0.361 −0.715
Austronesian speaking 246 954 4 7 0.00087 0.00069 0.445 −0.362
Non-Austronesian speaking 124 954 3 5 0.00050 0.00058 −0.249 −0.934
AFR 370 954 10 13 0.00086 0.00162 −1.019 0.160
LWK 194 954 9 10 0.00082 0.00161 −1.12 0.123
YRI 176 954 7 9 0.00090 0.00128 −0.631 0.193
EUR 758 954 17 18 0.00104 0.00247 −1.338 −2.749
CEU 170 954 9 10 0.00101 0.00165 −0.902 −2.866
FIN 186 954 11 11 0.00107 0.00199 −1.109 −0.863
GBR 178 954 10 11 0.00122 0.00182 −0.778 −0.437
IBS 28 954 4 5 0.00054 0.00108 −1.30 −1.481
TSI 196 954 14 15 0.00087 0.00251 −1.65 −0.898
EAS 572 954 8 10 0.00138 0.00121 0.269 −0.802
CHB 194 954 6 6 0.00142 0.00108 0.657 −0.787
CHD 200 954 5 5 0.00157 0.00089 1.451 −0.285
JPT 178 954 6 8 0.00098 0.00109 −0.220 −1.697
SAS 978 954 23 24 0.00061 0.00323 −1.939 −2.662
BEB 172 954 7 8 0.00070 0.00128 −0.989 −0.611
GIH 206 954 13 14 0.00059 0.00231 −1.833 −0.635
ITU 204 954 12 13 0.00064 0.00213 −1.700 −2.672
PJL 192 954 10 11 0.00060 0.00180 −1.562 −0.677
STU 204 954 9 10 0.00056 0.00160 −1.479 −0.741