Figure 5.

Distribution of informative SNPs by chromosome. The primary y-axis (on the left) shows the proportion of SNPs on each chromosome where the difference in major allele frequency between two of the continentally defined HapMap groups is greater than 0.3. Informativeness for assignment is shown on the secondary y-axis (on the right). The distribution of informative SNPs is fairly even across chromosomes. Since almost 4 million SNPs were used in this analysis, the relatively small observed differences are statistically significant however (p < .0001 for the difference in mean informativeness for assignment across chromosomes using one-way ANOVA).

Allocco et al. BMC Genomics 2007 8:68   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-8-68
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