The links below correspond, roughly, to the material covered in different lectures in the course. You can also download a single PDF that contains all of them. If you’re a real masochist, the LaTeX source and all of the associated files are available in a public Github repository: https://github.com/kholsinger/Lecture-Notes-in-Population-Genetics. If that last sentences is incomprehensible, don’t worry about it. Just click on the Lecture notes in population genetics link and download the PDF.
UPDATE (10 January 2017): I just realized that some of the links below refer to PDFs that aren’t currently available. In some cases, the notes may no longer be relevant. In other cases, I need to regenerate the PDF. If you click on a link you’re interested in and get a “Not Found” error, let me know.
- The genetic structure of populations
- Genetic transmission in populations
- The Hardy-Weinberg principle and estimating allele frequencies in populations
- Inbreeding and self-fertilization
- Analyzing the genetic structure of populations
- The genetic structure of populations: Bayesian F-statistics
- The genetic structure of populations: individual assignment
- Two-locus population genetics
- The genetics of natural selection
- Genetic drift
- Quantitative genetics
- Molecular evolution
- Old notes, no longer updated