GSR: Simulator - msnsam

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Title msnsam
Short Description Hudson's ms with variable sample size across loci
Long Description This version is the October 2007 version of the ms code with the added ability to include the number of samples (nsam) as a tbs argument. Please see Hudson's website for details on ms as well as installation instructions, but please email me for questions or bug reports, as bugs are likely mine and NOT part of the original code. The primary motivation for this is to allow efficient simulation of datasets with unequal sampling across loci. Running this version of ms using sample size as a tbs argument appears to be much faster than running an independent ms run for each of many loci.
Last Release 8 years, 4 months ago
Homepagehttps://github.com/rossibarra/msnsam
Citations Ross-Ibarra J, Wright SI, Foxe JP, Kawabe A, DeRose-Wilson L, Gos G, Charlesworth D, Gaut BS, Patterns of polymorphism and demographic history in natural populations of Arabidopsis lyrata., PLoS One, 06-11-2008 [ Abstract, cited in PMC ]
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