(A) The proportion of variants that fall within a given geographic distribution code conditional on the variant being ‘globally widespread’, that is, a category that has no unobserved ('u') codes. We note that 55.6% of variants conditioned on being globally widespread are also globally common (‘CCCCC’). In terms of absolute numbers, variants that are common in at least one population (S = 9,958,838) that are also globally widespread (S = 6,322,767) comprise ~63% of the total when conditioning on being common in at least one population. When conditioning on variants common only in regions outside Africa (S = 7,544,648), the percentage of globally widespread variants (S = 6,179,781) increases to ~82%. (B) The proportion of variants that fall within a ‘globally present’ category, defined as categories that contain no unobserved (‘u’) codes, conditional on the variant being common (MAF >5%) in the specific continental group.