Data from: Population divergence with or without admixture: selecting models using an ABC approach

Vitor C. Sousa, Mark A. Beaumont, Pedro Fernandes, Maria M. Coelho & Lounès Chikhi
Genetic data have been widely used to reconstruct the demographic history of populations, including the estimation of migration rates, divergence times and relative admixture contribution from different populations. Recently, increasing interest has been given to the ability of genetic data to distinguish alternative models. One of the issues that has plagued this kind of inference is that ancestral shared polymorphism is often difficult to separate from admixture or gene flow. Here, we applied an Approximate...
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