Migraine distribution page
Migraine implements coalescent algorithms for maximum likelihood analysis of population genetic data. The data currently handled are allelic counts but sequences will be handled in the forthcoming version. The code is designed to be compiled with the GNU C++ compiler under Windows and Linux (including its Mac OSX incarnation).
Recent changes: Version 0.4.1 corrects a major bug introduced for isolation by distance in the previous update (0.4.0.1, Feb 20). It restores the older, correct behaviour. This version also requires the latest version (0.4) of the included Rmigraine R package.
The current version includes the OnePopVarSize
model, a model of variable population size for a single population; and
it can fit data under a generalized stepwise mutmation model (GSM) for
this demographic scenario. Thus the different models that can be fit are:
- one- and two-dimensional isolation by distance models (including the island model as a subcase) (Rousset and Leblois 2007,2012);
- the two-populations model described in de Iorio et al. (2005);
- the elementary one-population model (with 2Nμ as unique parameter);
- the OnePopVarSize model, including markers evolving under a GSM (Leblois et al., in press).
Typical analyses can be performed in seconds (in the one-parameter case) or overnight (in some three-parameter cases), and longer analyses can easily been split among different computers.
For the "first session" sample files, download examples.zip.
Current developments: models of variable population size and of population divergence; infinite site model and SNPs.
See the documentation for all further information.
Migraine (C) François Rousset & Raphaël Leblois 2007-present, with additional contributions by Champak R.Beeravolu 2013-2014.
Migraine is freeware (i.e. you don't need to pay). It is free software covered by the CeCILL licence (GPL compatible), i.e. it can be used, copied, studied, modified, and redistributed in other free software (i.e. also covered by a GPL-compatible licence, with freely available source code, even if commercial software) provided the Migraine source is acknowledged.
This page (C) F. Rousset 2007-present
Source/executables last updated on 2014/08/05
Documentation last updated on 2014/08/05