Sample LOD score data for simulated and real parent-child pairs

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Description

This dataset contains both simulated and real 'log of the odds ratio' (LOD) scores for potential parent-child pairs of humbug damselfish (Dascyllus aruanus) from New Caledonia. Data was generated using FaMoz. In all cases, results are for the potential parent with the highest LOD score for a given larval fish (child). Simulated data is based on artificial children generated from either real potential parent-pairs (the 'in' group) or artificial parents generated from observed allelic frequencies (the 'out' group).

Format

A list with 3 elements:

in.group

5000 maximum LOD scores for simulated children from random crossing of real potential parents

out.group

5000 maximum LOD scores for simulated children from random crossing of artificial potential parents based on observed allelic frequencies

real.children

Maximum LOD scores for 200 real juvenile fish

Author(s)

David M. Kaplan dmkaplan2000@gmail.com

References

Gerber S, Chabrier P, Kremer A (2003) FAMOZ: a software for parentage analysis using dominant, codominant and uniparentally inherited markers. Molecular Ecology Notes 3:479-481. doi:10.1046/j.1471-8286.2003.00439.x

Kaplan et al. (submitted) Uncertainty in marine larval connectivity estimation

See Also

See also d.rel.conn.dists.func

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