Model | Multinomial LL | ∆LL (Model − Data) |
---|---|---|

CEU | ||

Data to data | −21,546 | 0 |

Gutenkunst | −21,555 | −9 |

SMC++ | −21,599 | −53 |

MSMC 2-haplotype | −21,698 | −152 |

MSMC 8-haplotype | −21,816 | −270 |

MSMC 4-haplotype | −22,760 | −1214 |

CHB | ||

Data to data | −20,154 | 0 |

Gutenkunst | −20,202 | −48 |

SMC++ | −20,277 | −123 |

MSMC 8-haplotype | −20,343 | −188 |

MSMC 2-haplotype | −20,370 | −216 |

MSMC 4-haplotype | −21,411 | −1257 |

YRI | ||

Data to data | −29,630 | 0 |

Gutenkunst | −29,647 | −17 |

SMC++ | −29,779 | −150 |

MSMC 2-haplotype | −30,003 | −373 |

MSMC 8-haplotype | −31,282 | −1652 |

MSMC 4-haplotype | −32,976 | −3346 |

Data to data denotes the best log-likelihood possible when replacing the proportions predicted by the model with the observed proportions from the SFS used in Gutenkunst

*et al.*’s (2009) study (see Supplementary Note 4 in File S1). Gutenkunst denotes the model inferred by Gutenkunst*et al.*(2009) fit to the observed SFS. SMC++ denotes the model inferred by Terhorst*et al.*(2017) using a combined whole genome and SFS approach. MSMC 2-, 4-, and 8-haplotype denote the demographic models inferred by Schiffels and Durbin (2014) using MSMC on two, four, and eight haplotypes, respectively.