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MOTIVATION Recent advances in high-throughput sequencing (HTS) have made it possible to monitor genomes in great detail. New experiments not only use HTS to measure genomic features at one time point but also monitor them changing over time with the aim of identifying significant changes in their abundance. In population genetics, for example, allele(More)
The effective population size ([Formula: see text]) is a major factor determining allele frequency changes in natural and experimental populations. Temporal methods provide a powerful and simple approach to estimate short-term [Formula: see text] They use allele frequency shifts between temporal samples to calculate the standardized variance, which is(More)
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