Data from: Genotype-free estimation of allele frequencies reduces bias and improves demographic inference from RADSeq data

Vera Warmuth, Hans Ellegren & Vera M. Warmuth
Restriction-site associated sequencing (RADSeq) facilitates rapid generation of thousands of genetic markers at relatively low cost; however, several sources of error specific to RADSeq methods often lead to biased estimates of allele frequencies and thereby to erroneous population genetic inference. Estimating the distribution of sample allele frequencies without calling genotypes was shown to improve population inference from whole genome sequencing data, but the ability of this approach to account for RADSeq-specific biases remains unexplored. Here...
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