Create a table of summary statistics per locus.
a genind or genclone object.
Which diversity index to use. Choices are
At what level do you want to analyze diversity? Choices are
Select the populations to be analyzed. This is the
a table with 4 columns indicating the Number of alleles/genotypes observed, Diversity index chosen, Nei's 1978 gene diversity (expected heterozygosity), and Evenness.
The calculation of
Hexp is (n/(n - 1))*(1 - sum(p^2)) where p is the allele
frequencies at a given locus and n is the number of observed alleles (Nei,
1978) in each locus and then returning the average. Caution should be
exercised in interpreting the results of Hexp with polyploid organisms with
ambiguous ploidy. The lack of allelic dosage information will cause rare
alleles to be over-represented and artificially inflate the index. This is
especially true with small sample sizes.
lev = "genotype", then all statistics reflect genotypic diversity
within each locus. This includes the calculation for
Hexp, which turns
into the unbiased Simpson's index.
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data(nancycats) locus_table(nancycats[pop = 5]) ## Not run: # Analyze locus statistics for the North American population of P. infestans. # Note that due to the unknown dosage of alleles, many of these statistics # will be artificially inflated for polyploids. data(Pinf) locus_table(Pinf, population = "North America") ## End(Not run)
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