Data from: Measuring population differentiation using GST or D? A simulation study with microsatellite DNA markers under a finite island model and nonequilibrium conditions

Liang Leng & De-Xing Zhang
Genetic differentiation of populations is a key question in population genetic investigations. Wright’s FST (and its relatives such as GST) has been a standard measure of differentiation. However, the deficiencies of these indexes and their significance have been increasing realized in recent years, leading to some new measures being proposed, such as Jost’s (2008) D. This has also stimulated some considerable debate which, in certain sense, makes empirical biologists even more confused, for example, on...
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