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. If that last sentence is incomprehensible, don’t worry about it. Just click on the Lecture notes in population genetics link below and download the PDF, or download the individual topic notes that you find interesting.
Graham Coop (UC Davis) also teaches a graduate course in population genetics, and he’s also put his lecture notes online: PDF, HTML. (If you want to download a copy of the PDF, click on “Raw”). Again, if you’re a masochist, Graham has made all of the associated files available in a Github repository.
- 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
- The genetics of natural selection
- Genetic drift
- Quantitative genetics
- Molecular evolution
- Old notes, no longer updated