Enhanced Methods for Local Ancestry Assignment in Sequenced Admixed Individuals
Each row represents the ancestry of the haplotype that was held out and each column represents the average number of sCSVs observed on the held out haplotype from the given population. Each row is normalized by the maximum value of the row so that the population with the most sCSVs observed has a value of 1. In each row, higher values are associated with populations in the same continental group as would be expected. The IBS have only fourteen individuals, which makes determining IBS sCSVs extremely difficult.