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The AMOVA-PREP package allows the user to run the algorithm of Excoffier (1998) for calculating exact AMOVA and its associated permutation tests from dominant marker data using input files generated by DISTREE, DNASP and Genepop, and also export the resulting data sets into a number of formats (e.g. PLINK, PAUP, PHYLIP, and MEGA) for use with the WINAMOVA program.
The algorithm is designed to run in either Windows or Linux operating systems and is written in C. No source code is supplied.
Please refer to the documentation and source code on the project’s web site (at the URL listed above) for instructions on how to use AMOVA-PREP.
For more information, see the project web site.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions or wish to report a problem.
A Knowledge Base article (in PDF format) is also available (see below).

Best wishes,
R.J. Hollingsworth
RCAST South Africa
[ AMOVA-PREP 1.0, June 2001. Downloaded 10-01-02. ]
A Knowledge Base article describing this package is available as a PDF file at the following URL:

There is also a link from this page to a web-based version of the article.
Contact address:
rjh@stat.wisc.edu
rjh@stat.wisc.edu
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Statistics
Department of Mathematics
West Campus
1210 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706
United States
The address of the Department of Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is:
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1415 Linden Lane
Madison, WI 53706
United States
URL for AMOVA-PREP:
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[AMOVA-PREP 1.0, June 2001. Downloaded 10-01-02. Please send email. ]
Use of AMOVA-PREP without obtaining permission is strictly prohibited.

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RCAST South eea19f52d2

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The installer contains a compressed file, or a compressed.zip,.tar,.tgz or.tar.gz archive.
For information about the usage of the archived content please refer to the Archive.txt file in the source distribution.
Developer’s Guide:
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