2020
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4685-gmb-2019-0380 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: This article deals with a Windows (© Microsoft Inc.) executable, user-friendly program that tests the hypothesis of Hardy-Weinberg (HW) proportions from autosomal multiallelic data using different methods that include parametric, nonparametric and exact bootstrap tests, the latter obtained through computer simulations. The program can be obtained free of charge directly from the internet repository https://github.com/Lemes-RenanB/HardyWeinbergTesting.

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“…To assess the population balance, we decided to use a a software for Microsoft Windows, which is available free of charge from and was described in: [60].…”
Section: Snp Polymorphismsmentioning
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“…To assess the population balance, we decided to use a a software for Microsoft Windows, which is available free of charge from and was described in: [60].…”
Section: Snp Polymorphismsmentioning