Lecture notes on statistical phylogeography and quantitative genetics posted

With any luck at all, I’ll post the last set of notes for the course next Monday. The notes today include a new lecture on admixture graphs and sparg, a powerful new approach to estimating dispersal distances and the geographical location of ancestors from genomic data. They also include the first two sets of notes on quantitative genetics.

  • Statistical phylogeography: Migrate-N, IMa, and ABC (HTML) (PDF)
  • Statistical phylogeography: Admixture graphs and sparg (HTML) (PDF)
  • Population genomics (HTML) (PDF)
  • Introduction to quantitative genetics (HTML) (PDF)
  • Resemblance among relatives (HTML) (PDF)

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