GSR: Simulator - SELVa

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Title SELVa
Short Description Simulator of evolution with landscape variation
Long Description SELVa is a simulator of sequence evolution that allows the fitness landscape to vary according to user-specified rules. It is geared towards exploring the effects of landscape change on molecular sequence evolution. SELVa has a variety of options for specifying the rules of landscape change, allowing the user to tailor the simulation to his or her needs and to explore various evolutionary scenarios.
Version 0.2
Project Started 2019
Last Release 2 years, 4 months ago
Homepagehttps://github.com/bazykinlab/SELVa
Citations Nabieva E, Bazykin GA, SELVa: Simulator of evolution with landscape variation., PLoS One, 12-02-2020 [ Abstract, cited in PMC ]
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Last evaluated07-08-2021 (56 days ago)
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Detailed Attributes
Attribute CategoryAttribute
Target
Type of Simulated DataGenotype at Genetic Markers,
VariationsSingle Nucleotide Variation,
Simulation MethodGene dropping,
Input
Data Type
File format
Output
Data Type
Sequencing Reads
File Format
Sample Type
Phenotype
Trait Type
Determinants
Evolutionary Features
Demographic
Population Size ChangesConstant Size, Exponential Growth or Decline, Logistic Growth, Bottleneck, Carrying Capacity, User Defined,
Gene Flow
SpatialityDiscrete Models, Continuous Models, Landscape Factors,
Life Cycle
Mating System
Fecundity
Natural Selection
Determinant
Models
Recombination
Mutation Models
Events Allowed
Other
Interface
Development
Tested Platforms
LanguageJava,
LicenseMIT,
GSR CertificationAccessibility, Documentation, Support,

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