Rhh: an R extension for estimating multilocus heterozygosity and heterozygosity-heterozygosity correlation.

@article{Alho2010RhhAR,
  title={Rhh: an R extension for estimating multilocus heterozygosity and heterozygosity-heterozygosity correlation.},
  author={Jussi S. Alho and Kaisa V{\"a}lim{\"a}ki and Juha Meril{\"a}},
  journal={Molecular ecology resources},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={720-2}
}
Individual multilocus heterozygosity estimates based on a limited number of loci are expected to correlate only weakly with the inbreeding level of an individual. Before using multilocus heterozygosity estimates in studies of inbreeding, their ability to capture information on inbreeding in the given setting should be tested. A convenient method for this is to compute the heterozygosity-heterozygosity correlation, i.e. the mean correlation between multilocus heterozygosity estimates calculated… CONTINUE READING
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