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The purpose of this computer practical is to:
* Let people who haven't already done so try running the program COLONY.
* Analyze a simple empirical data set in which we suspect there are probably some full and half sibs.
* Explore some of the facilities that the 2.0 version of software (updated in May 2009) offers for exploring the output of the program.
* Scratch our heads after doing the first analysis and wonder whether the full or half sibs inferred by COLONY really are full or half sib…text/html2010-06-27T22:19:01-07:00su_eriqsisg:sisg
MCMC Course EISG 2012. During Block 2. Matthew Stephens and Eric Anderson
* Course lecture notes in PDF: .
* 2012_additional_structure_fun Some more things to familiarize yourself with structure.
Relatedness/Relationship Inference Course EISG 2012. During Block 3. Elizabeth Thompson and Eric Anderson
* Course lecture notes in PDF:
* sibship_inference_practical2012 Computer practical using COLONY.text/html2010-06-22T11:59:10-07:00su_eriqsisg:2010_additional_structure_fun
Here we do a few maneuvers to further convince ourself that the “Model with prior population information” should only be used when you have very strong reasons to believe that the different areas you have sampled truly represent different subpopulations and that given that you wish to infer migrants. It is not intended to assess how well you can partition individuals into the different subpopulations. The reason for this is that the MIGPRIOR is quite a strong prior. It says that a priori you …