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Bioinformatics 24: 2498-2504 (2008).
structure, so that they match up as closely as possible. The user has the option of choosing one of three algorithms for aligning replicates, with a tradeoff of speed and similarity to the optimal alignment. A program note describing CLUMPP was published in Bioinformatics 23: 1801-1806 (2007).
structure or by other similar programs. The figures produced by distruct display individual membership coefficients in the same form as used in "Genetic structure of human populations" Science 298: 2381-2385 (2002). Various options enable the user to control left-to-right printing order of populations, bottom-to-top printing order of clusers, colors, and other graphical details. A program note describing distruct was published in Molecular Ecology Notes 4: 137-138 (2004).
"Statistical tests of the coalescent model based on the haplotype frequency distribution and the number of segregating sites" Genetics 169: 1763-1777 (2005). The haploconfig program can also be used as a coalescent simulator for models with or without recombination.
"Informativeness of genetic markers for inference of ancestry" American Journal of Human Genetics 73: 1402-1422 (2003), with extensions in "Algorithms for selecting informative marker panels for population assignment" Journal of Computational Biology 12: 1183-1201 (2005).
"A maximum likelihood method to correct for allelic dropout in microsatellite data with no replicate genotypes" Genetics 192: 651-669 (2012).