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Fig. 4 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 4

From: AD-LIBS: inferring ancestry across hybrid genomes using low-coverage sequence data

Fig. 4

Comparing overlap of regions of different types of ancestry among hybrid bears. For every combination of 2 or more American brown bears, we measured the number of bases that AD-LIBS labeled with the same type of ancestry (homozygous polar, homozygous/heterozygous polar, or homozygous brown) in each bear. We also performed one random trial per real comparison, in which coordinates comprising random regions were sampled from the reference genome, producing sets of genome regions of the same size and number as the regions of ancestry produced by AD-LIBS for each bear, but randomly scattered across the genome. We then measured the overlap between these random ancestry regions for the sake of comparing to the true overlap. Averages of every comparison of each number of bears are shown as solid lines, and averages of every comparison of randomized versions of those same bears are shows as dashed lines

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