PERM is a permutation program designed to detect statistical connections between grouping structures and grouping factors or correlates. PERM offers four procedures: i) Detecting a statistical link between a collection of groups and some pairwise relationship statistic such as Rxy, Mxy, half or fullsibship; ii) Comparing average values among groups for some measure or statistic; iii) Searching for connections between group structure and category e.g. population membership; iv) Detecting a statistical connection between mating couple formation and some pairwise relationship between partners such as allelic distance on an MHC locus.
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DUCHESNE, P., C. éTIENNE, L. BERNATCHEZ. 2006.
PERM: A computer program to detect structuring factors in meaningful social units.
Molecular Ecology Notes. 6: 965-976.