Resolution:
standard / ## Figure 2.
Simulation design and patterns discovered by iASeq. (a) The true ASB patterns in simulation 1. Two patterns were simulated in addition to
the background pattern. The two non-background patterns are shown. Each pattern has
4725 SNPs. Each row in the plot represents a SNP class, and each column represents
a dataset. Black means skewed, and white means not skewed. (b) The BIC values for different class number K in simulation 1. The BIC achieves the minimum at K=2. (c) Patterns discovered by iASeq in simulation 1. The plot shows the estimated and V when WK=2. Each row corresponds to a class. Each column represents a dataset. The color in
the cell (k,d) demonstrates the estimated SR or SN probability in class k and dataset d. From white to dark, the probability increases from 0 to 1. The numbers shown under
Πare the estimated number of SNPs in each class (i.e., the total number of SNPs). The numbers shown under a_{i}are the number of SNPs identified for the corresponding class using the posterior
probability Pr(a_{i}=k|X_{i},N_{i},,Π,V)>0W.9 as cutoff. (d) The true ASB patterns in simulation 2. Four patterns were simulated in addition to
the background pattern. The four non-background patterns are shown. Each pattern has
2362 SNPs. (e) The BIC values for different class number K in simulation 2. The BIC achieves the minimum at K=4. (f) The patterns discovered by iASeq in simulation 2.
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