MCLEEPS

Monte Carlo Likelihood Estimation of Effective Population Size

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MCLEEPS is a program for estimating effective population size from temporal changes in allele frequencies, written by Eric Anderson and Ellen Williamson (2000).
Development of this software was supported by NSF grant BIR-9807747 (P.I.: Elizabeth Thompson).

Brief release history:
Version 1.0.1 (Dec 6, 2000) replaces Version 1.0 (Sept, 2000); some minor corrections have been made in the variance computations.

The paper describing this work is published:

Monte Carlo evaluation of the likelihood for Ne from temporally spaced samples
Eric C. Anderson, Ellen G. Williamson, and Elizabeth A. Thompson
Genetics, 156: 2109-2118. (December 2000)

Name Description Size
Readme_MCLEEPS_V_1.1.txt README file for MCLEEPS version 1.1 (also included in .tar and .sit file) 14 kb
mcleeps_src.tar.gz Gzipped tar file of source code and Makefile, including also test examples, and Readme_MCLEEPS.txt documentation 93kb
mcleeps.sit MAC Stuffit archive with a MAC executable, including also test examples, and Readme_MCLEEPS.txt documentation 83kb

NewHybrids

Gibbs sampler estimation of hybrid categories

NewHybrids is a program which uses the Gibbs sampler to estimate the posterior probability that genetically sampled individuals fall into each of a set of user-defined hybrid categories.

The paper describing this work is published:

A model-based method for identifying species hybrids using multilocus genetic data
Eric C. Anderson and Elizabeth A. Thompson
Genetics, 160: 1217-1229. (March 2002)