Data from: Does GST underestimate genetic differentiation from marker data?

Jinliang Wang
The widely applied genetic differentiation statistics FST and GST have recently been criticized for underestimating differentiation when applied to highly polymorphic markers such as microsatellites. New statistics claimed to be unaffected by marker polymorphisms have been proposed and advocated to replace the traditional FST and GST. This study shows that GST gives accurate estimates and underestimates of differentiation when demographic factors are more and less important than mutations, respectively. In the former case, all markers,...
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