Tajima's d is calculated, given a number of markers.
Vector from 0 to 1 (excluding 0 and 1) indicating the locations of the markers used for the analysis
Number of individuals to base Tajima's d upon. Individuals are randomly drawn from the population.
A list with the following entries:
D Tajima's D,
the average pairwise differences across the number of selected markers.
S the number of segregating sites and
theta_hat, the expected
value of pi, calculated from S, such that theta = S/a1.
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