Data from: Relative accuracy of three common methods of parentage analysis in natural populations

Hugo B. Harrison, Pablo Saenz-Agudelo, Serge Planes, Michael L. Berumen & Geoffrey P. Jones
Parentage studies and family reconstructions have become increasingly popular for investigating a range of evolutionary, ecological and behavioral processes in natural populations. However, a number of different assignment methods have emerged in common use, and the accuracy of each may differ in relation to the number of loci examined, allelic diversity, incomplete sampling of all candidate parents, and the presence of genotyping errors. Here we examine how these factors affect the accuracy of three popular...
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