FASTRUCT is a non-Bayesian implementation of the classical model with no-admixture uncorrelated allele frequencies. This new program relies on the Expectation-Maximization principle, and produces assignment rivaling other model-based clustering programs. In addition, it can be several-fold faster than Bayesian implementations. The software consists of a command-line engine, which is suitable for batch-analysis of data, and a MS Windows graphical interface, which is convenient for exploring data.
the Computational and Mathematical Biology group in Grenoble
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Chen C, Forbes F, François O (2006)
FASTRUCT: Model-based clustering made faster.
Molecular Ecology Notes Volume 6, Issue 4, pages 980–983,