SMARTPOP: inferring the impact of social dynamics on genetic diversity through high speed simulations

@inproceedings{Guillot2014SMARTPOPIT,
  title={SMARTPOP: inferring the impact of social dynamics on genetic diversity through high speed simulations},
  author={Elsa G. Guillot and Murray P. Cox},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2014}
}
Social behavior has long been known to influence patterns of genetic diversity, but the effect of social processes on population genetics remains poorly quantified – partly due to limited community-level genetic sampling (which is increasingly being remedied), and partly to a lack of fast simulation software to jointly model genetic evolution and complex social behavior, such as marriage rules. To fill this gap, we have developed SMARTPOP – a fast, forward-in-time genetic simulator – to… CONTINUE READING
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