FSTAT (software)

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FSTAT is a computer program to estimate and test gene diversities and statistics. The program computes Nei and Weir & Cockerham families, estimators of gene diversities and F-statistics.

The software was developed by Jérôme Goudet of the Department of Ecology & Evolution at the University of Lausanne. It was last updated on February, 2002, with version It operates on DOS and Microsoft Windows Operating systems

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