Data from: Inconsistent use of multiple comparison corrections in studies of population genetic structure: are some type I errors more tolerable than others?

Samantha Hauser, Kristin Wakeland & Paul Leberg
Studies of genetic population structure often involve numerous tests of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (HWE), linkage disequilibrium (LD), and genetic differentiation. Tests of HWE or LD are important precursors to population structure assessments. When conducting multiple related statistical tests, type 1 error increases, e.g., familywise error rate (FWER) inflation. FWER inflation can alter the results of statistical tests and thus the conclusions. Authors are aware of the need to control for FWER inflation, but there has been...
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