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32 W. J. Ewens 2. 1) i=1 where by D i we mean the data in family i. 3) i=1 where A~ is the event that family i is ascertained. 3) depend not only on the genetics, but also on the nature of the sampling scheme, so that any misspecification of the latter will lead to biased estimates of genetic parameters. We use a simple example considered often in the literature (Fisher, 1934; Bailey, 1951a; Elandt-Johnson, 1971) to illustrate the biases that can arise through misspecification of the ascertainment procedure.