Data from: The number of markers and samples needed for detecting bottlenecks under realistic scenarios, with and without recovery: a simulation-based study

Sean M. Hoban, Oscar E. Gaggiotti & Giorgio Bertorelle
Detecting bottlenecks is a common task in molecular ecology. While several bottleneck detection methods exist, evaluations of their power have focused only on severe bottlenecks (e.g. to Ne ~10). As a component of a recent review, Peery et al. () analysed the power of two approaches, the M-ratio and heterozygote excess tests, to detect moderate bottlenecks (e.g. to Ne ~100), which is realistic for many conservation situations. In this Comment, we address three important points...
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