Apr 24, 2020

rdmc: an open source R package implementing convergent adaptation models of Lee and Coop (2017)

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Silas Tittes

Abstract

The availability of whole genome sequencing data from multiple related populations creates opportunities to test sophisticated population genetic models of convergent adaptation. Recent work by Lee and Coop (2017) developed models to infer modes of convergent adaption at local genomic scales, providing a rich framework for assessing how selection has acted across multiple populations at the tested locus. Here I present, rdmc, an R package that builds on the existing software implementation of Lee and Coop (2017) that prioritizes ease of use, portability, and scalability. I demonstrate installation and comprehensive overview of the package's current utilities.

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