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    Wright-Fsher model

    Could anyone please tell me how to approach the variance of the time to fixation of a bi-allelic gene of a fixed population? with the Wright-FIsher model
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    Re: Wright-Fsher model

    Hey pupupanda.


    Can you give us more information about this model mathematically?
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    Re: Wright-Fsher model

    Quote Originally Posted by chiro View Post
    Hey pupupanda.


    Can you give us more information about this model mathematically?
    If I have two alleles A and a, with a fixed population 50, how can I find out the variance of time to fixation of allele A


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    Re: Wright-Fsher model

    What statistical constraints/relationships [and model] do you have on the variables?
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