Estimation of migration rates and population sizes in geographically structured populations

@inproceedings{Beerli1998EstimationOM,
  title={Estimation of migration rates and population sizes in geographically structured populations},
  author={Peter Beerli},
  year={1998}
}
We briefly discuss software packages for the analysis of molecular ecological data, focusing on three levels of analysis: parentage and relatedness, population genetic structure, and phylogeny reconstruction. For the first two levels of analysis, we have gathered lists of some of the packages that we consider to be the most useful and user-friendly. For each package, we provide information on names of authors, date of latest update, compatible operating systems, types of data handled and… CONTINUE READING
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