Populations may be conceptualized as a diffuse (Markov) network of interacting parts—individual based, neighborhood based, or even as a set of populations embedded within a continuous matrix. As such, we may gain some valuable insights into the processes that have created genetic structure by allowing the structure itself to reveal its own topological structure. In this topic, we explore network approaches for understanding the spatail distribution of genetic structure and covariance.
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The content for this class will be added as the lectures are given. I know you’re excited but you’ll have to wait.