Figure S4 from Dogs accompanied humans during the Neolithic expansion into Europe

Probability of reaching haplogroup D observed frequencies under a drift model in A) Whole Europe during the Neolithic/Post-Neolithic period (Neolithic/Post-Neolithic frequency = 33%); B) in Southeastern Europe during the Neolithic/Post-Neolithic period (Neolithic/Post-Neolithic frequency = 94%); C) in Southeastern Europe during the Neolithic/Post-Neolithic period (Neolithic/Post-Neolithic frequency = 69%)). See text of supplementary data-$6 for details of the hypothesis tested.The X axis represents the number of generations; the Y axis represents the starting frequency of Hg D. Black dashed line: upper limit of the confidence interval calculated for the observed frequency; white dashed line: upper number of generation representative of duration of neolithization in each region.