Resolution:
## Figure 1.
Relationship between V_{g}(i) and V_{ip}(i). As described in the Method section of
[1], V_{ip}(i) was computed as the variance of the distribution of Sign(x_{i}) over L runs for an identical genotype, while V_{g}(i) was computed as a variance of the distribution of
over N individuals, where
was the mean over L runs. Here we adopted N = L = 1000, instead of 200 in
[1]. σ = 0.09 (blue *) and 0.03 (red +). The plot of (V_{g}(i) and V_{ip}(i)) for all genes i over 55-65th generations, where we have plotted only those genes with V_{g}(i) > .0002, as the those with smaller than that may have little accuracy in estimating
V_{g}(i).
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