Deep Learning for Population Genetic Inference
Each row represents the datasets that truly belong to each selection class. Each column represents the datasets that were actually classified as each selection class. Ideally we would like all 1’s down the diagonal, and 0’s in the off-diagonal entries. The largest number in each row is shown in boldface. We can see that neutral datasets are the easiest to classify, and sometimes regions under selection (hard sweeps in particular) look neutral as well (first column). The overall percentage of misclassified datasets was 6.2%.