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The program estimates complex population models using the allele frequency spectrum (AFS) of a sample of individuals from one or several location. The methods needs a large amount of data. It is based on an diffusion approximation of the population genetic model. | The program estimates complex population models using the allele frequency spectrum (AFS) of a sample of individuals from one or several location. The methods needs a large amount of data. It is based on an diffusion approximation of the population genetic model. | ||

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## Latest revision as of 05:56, 27 September 2015

# DADI

The program estimates complex population models using the allele frequency spectrum (AFS) of a sample of individuals from one or several location. The methods needs a large amount of data. It is based on an diffusion approximation of the population genetic model.