Corrigendum: Length Distribution of Ancestral Tracks under a General Admixture Model and Its Applications in Population History Inference

@inproceedings{Ni2016CorrigendumLD,
  title={Corrigendum: Length Distribution of Ancestral Tracks under a General Admixture Model and Its Applications in Population History Inference},
  author={Xumin Ni and Xiong Yang and Wei Guo and Kai Yuan and Ying Zhou and Zhiming Ma and Shuhua Xu},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
The length of ancestral tracks decays with the passing of generations which can be used to infer population admixture histories. Previous studies have shown the power in recovering the histories of admixed populations via the length distributions of ancestral tracks even under simple models. We believe that the deduction of length distributions under a general model will greatly elevate the power. Here we first deduced the length distributions under a general model and proposed general… CONTINUE READING
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