SPIP 1.0 – Simulate Pedigrees and Genetic data in Age-structured Population

SPIP 1.0

:: DESCRIPTION

SPIP (simulate pedigrees in populations) simulates the transmission of genes from parents to offspring in a population having demographic structure defined by the user. Numerous variables controlling the age structure of the population, the number of offspring produced, the variance in male and female reproductive success, survival rates of different age classes, mate fidelity, duration of simulation, etc. can be specified by the user.

::DEVELOPER

Eric C. Anderson

:: SCREENSHOTS

N/A

:: REQUIREMENTS

  • Windows / Linux / MacOsX

:: DOWNLOAD

 SPIP

:: MORE INFORMATION

Citation

Anderson, E. C., and K. K. Dunham.2005.
SPIP 1.0: a program for simulating pedigrees and genetic data in age-structured populations.
Molecular Ecology Notes 5(2):459-461.

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