Figure 3.

Distributions of the WT levels, illustrating how the wavelet transform spectrum changes with time since admixture. For each illustrated time point, WT levels from 10 randomly chosen simulations are plotted (each bar represents one simulation, resulting in 10 bars for each level). The height of the columns indicate the abundance of wavelets of particular frequency present in the signal, starting with the lowest wave frequencies (widest recombination blocks) on the left and progressing towards the highest wave frequencies (narrowest recombination blocks) on the right. The WT centers in this plot are not adjusted for chromosome length, and thus appear to be higher than the values we present for genomewide data.

Pugach et al. Genome Biology 2011 12:R19   doi:10.1186/gb-2011-12-2-r19
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