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The populations program will analyze a population of individual samples computing a number of population genetics statistics as well as exporting a variety of standard output formats.
The populations program will compare all populations pairwise to compute F ST. If a set of data is reference aligned, then a kernel-smoothed F ST will also be calculated.
For more information on how to specify a population map, see the manual. The populations program provides strong filtering options to only include loci or variant sites that occur at certain frequencies in each population or in the metapopulation.
In addition, the program accepts whitelists and blacklists if you want to include a specific list of loci or exclude a specific list of loci. For more information on whitelists and blacklists, manuao the manual. The bootstrap resampling procedures are designed to determine the statistical significance of a particular sliding window value relative to the generated empirical distribution.
Bootstrap resampling will generate a p-value describing the statistical significance of a particular sliding window and therefore requires a reference genome. The bootstrap resampling process will center a window on each variable nucleotide position in the population and resample it X times with replacementand then calculate a p-value. So, bootstrap resampling can take a while.
Since bootstrapping is so computationally intensive, there are several command line options to the populations program to allow one to turn bootstrapping on for only a subset of the statistics.
In addition, a bootstrap “whitelist” is available so you can choose to only bootstrap certain loci say the loci on a single chromosome. This manuall one to take the following strategy for bootstrapping to appropriate levels: Bootstrap all loci for example to 1, repetitions. Identify those loci that are below some p-value threshold say 0. Add these loci to the bootstrapping whitelist.
Bootstrap again to 10, repetitions now only those loci in the whitelist will be bootstrapped. Bootstrap again torepetitions now only those loci in the mznual will be gehepop. And so on to the desired level of significance If instead you are interested in the statistical significance of a particular point estimate of an F ST measure, you will want to use the p-value from Fisher’s Exact Test, which is calculated for each variable position between pairs of populations and is provided in the F ST output files.
Here is one method to generate a list of random loci from a populations summary statistics file this gendpop goes all on one line:. This command does the following at each step: Grep pulls out all the lines in the sumstats file, minus the commented header lines. The sumstats file contains all the polymorphic loci in the analysis.
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Required by -V; otherwise defaults to value of -P. Also used as base for Bonferroni correction.
Bootstrap resampling The bootstrap resampling majual are designed to determine the geneoop significance of a particular sliding window value relative to the generated empirical distribution. Run populations on 36 processors: Second, it slides a window down the length of the read and checks the average quality score within the window.
Reads that pass quality thresholds are demultiplexed if barcodes are supplied. This program will trim reads that are below the quality threshold instead of discarding them, making it useful for genomic assembly or other analyses. This is done by matching raw sequence or by referencing a janual of random oligos that have been included in the sequence. Useful for both RAD datasets as well as randomly sheared genomic or transcriptomic data.
The ustacks program will take as input a set of short-read sequences and align them into exactly-matching stacks. Comparing the stacks it will form a set of loci and detect SNPs at each locus using a maximum likelihood framework.
A catalog can kanual built from any set of samples processed by the ustacks program. It will create a set of consensus loci, merging alleles together.
In the case of a genetic cross, a catalog would be constructed from the parents of the cross to create a set manal all possible alleles expected in the progeny of the cross. Sets of stacks constructed by the ustacks or pstacks programs can be manuql against a catalog produced by the cstacks program.
In manhal case of a genetic map, stacks from the progeny would be matched against the catalog to determine which progeny contain which parental alleles.
The tsv2bam program will transpose data so that it is oriented by locus, instead of by sample. In additon, if paired-ends are available, the program will pull in the set of paired reads that are associate with each single-end locus that was assembled de novo.
The gstacks – For de novo analyses, this program will pull in paired-end reads, if available, assemble the paired-end contig and merge it with the single-end locus, align reads to the locus, and call SNPs. For reference-aligned analyses, this program will build loci from the single and paired-end reads that have been aligned and sorted.
It can be used in a genetic map of a set of gendpop.
This allows the data to be generated on one computer, but loaded from another. Or, for a database to be regenerated without re-executing the pipeline. Core ustacks cstacks sstacks tsv2bam gstacks populations.