Calculates the Chao1 estimate of the number of haplotypes in a population based on the total number of haplotypes present, and the number of singletons and doubletons in the dataset.
An object of class ‘DNAbin’.
The function assumes a large number of specimens have been sampled and that duplicate haplotypes have not been removed. Interpretation becomes difficult when more than one species is included in the dataset.
An vector of length three, giving the estimated total number of haplotypes in the population, and lower and upper 95% confidence limits.
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Chao, A. (1989). Estimating population size for sparse data in capture-recapture experimnets. _Biometrics_ *45* 427-438.
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