Alleles in space (AIS): computer software for the joint analysis of interindividual spatial and genetic information.

  title={Alleles in space (AIS): computer software for the joint analysis of interindividual spatial and genetic information.},
  author={Mark P Miller},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  volume={96 6},
Genetic analyses of natural populations have historically relied on statistical procedures based on the concept that distinct ‘‘populations’’ of a species exist across a landscape. Invariably, commonly used analyses reduce to approaches that treat collections of individuals (‘‘populations’’) as independent/causative variables and allele frequencies as dependent/ response variables. Examples of these procedures include Wright’s FST and its variants (Excoffier et al. 1992; Nei 1973; Slatkin 1995… CONTINUE READING
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