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|Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ Mar. 18 2009,15:17)|
|Here's something for David...|
Population size is on the X axis, running from 1 to 500. Mutation rate is on the Y axis, running from 0.0 (bottom of image) to 1.0. The lighter the pixel, the better the chance of convergence. This was generated by finding the PPopulation_C2C(K-1) for each condition represented by the pixel and scaling that probability over 1,024 grayscale values.
As expected, there is no local sensitivity to change in parameters.
Expanding the population scale by ten gives this:
Thank you Wes!
Sometimes people are stunned by complexity, but these images are so simple that most people don't see the significance. Evolution just works.
Iím referring to evolution, not changes in allele frequencies. - Cornelius Hunter
Iím not an evolutionist, Iím a change in allele frequentist! - Nakashima