Data from: Approximate Bayesian computation for modular inference problems with many parameters: the example of migration rates

Aeschbacher S, Futschik A, Beaumont MA

Date Published: November 14, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.274b1

 

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Title Microsatellite genotypes of Alpine ibex demes in the Swiss Alps
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Description This file contains raw data (genotypes of 37 microsatellites) of 954 individuals sampled in 31 Alpine ibex demes in the Swiss Alps. These data were collected and processed between 2005 and 2008 by Iris Biebach (iris.biebach@ieu.uzh.ch) and collaborators in the lab of Lukas Keller (lukas.keller@ieu.uzh.ch) at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. The content of this file has the following format: First line: number of loci (37). Lines 2 to n-1 (one line per individual): deme_id allele1_of_locus1; allele2_of_locus1; allele1_of_locus2; allele2_of_locus2. Names of demes (deme_id; first column in lines 2 to n-1) correspond to those given in Table S1 in the Supporting Information.
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Title Census sizes of Alpine ibex demes in the Swiss Alps
Description This file contains census population sizes of Alpine ibex in the Swiss Alps from 1906 to 2007.
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Title Transfer by humans of Alpine ibex
Description This file contains numbers of male and female Alpine ibex transferred by humans between demes during the process of reintroduction into the Swiss Alps. The entries cover the time between 1906 and 1993.
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Aeschbacher S, Futschik A, Beaumont MA (2013) Approximate Bayesian computation for modular inference problems with many parameters: the example of migration rates. Molecular Ecology 22(4): 987-1002. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12165

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Aeschbacher S, Futschik A, Beaumont MA (2013) Data from: Approximate Bayesian computation for modular inference problems with many parameters: the example of migration rates. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.274b1
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