Data from: Admixture mapping in a hybrid zone reveals loci associated with avian feather coloration

Brelsford A, Toews D, Irwin D

Date Published: October 12, 2017


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Title VCF file for SNPs used in GEMMA analysis
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Description Variant Call Format file (GZipped) for individuals used for genotype-phenotype associations. Sample ID information can be found in the electronic supplementary information on the publisher's website.
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Title Plumage association data
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Description Phenotype data used for the GEMMA analysis. Columns indicate: Record#, a unique identifier, Site, with nearest city / notable location, whether this site was located in the hybrid zone or in allopatry (myrtle versus Audubon's), Lat, Long, and five plumage characters: throat, spot, line, wing, and auricular.
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