I updated the R Shiny app that compare’s Nei’s Gst and Weir and Cockerham’s θ. This version allows you to set Fis, although it is set to the same value in every population. I’ll use it for a demonstration in class tomorrow, and Kristen may have you play with it a bit more during lab.
Speaking of lab, come prepared to install at least one new R package. It allows you to make estimates of Fst using the Weir and Cockerham approach. If you ever collect your own data where you need Fst estimates, it’s the most convenient approach to use.