The raw.data is the simulated dataset which consists of 3,000 independent SNPs
and 1,004 individuals belonging to one of 5 populations (200 individuals
each) and 4 outlying individuals. The matrix
raw.data contains the number 0, 1,
and 2 representing SNP in additive coding. The pairwise genetic distance between
populations are listed below (see Balding, 1995):
A matrix with 3,000 columns and 1,004 rows
Balding, D.J., and Nichols, R.A. (1995). A method for quantifying differentiation between populations at multi-allelic loci and its implications for investigating identity and paternity. Genetica 96, 3-12.
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