Computer programs for population genetics data analysis: a survival guide

@article{Excoffier2006ComputerPF,
  title={Computer programs for population genetics data analysis: a survival guide},
  author={Laurent Excoffier and Gerald Heckel},
  journal={Nature Reviews Genetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={745-758}
}
The analysis of genetic diversity within species is vital for understanding evolutionary processes at the population level and at the genomic level. A large quantity of data can now be produced at an unprecedented rate, requiring the use of dedicated computer programs to extract all embedded information. Several statistical packages have been recently developed, which offer a panel of standard and more sophisticated analyses. We describe here the functionalities, special features and… CONTINUE READING
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