Dnasp Tutorial For Beginner
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Tondani ▴ 10

Hi

Can someone help me? I need to know which data is required to perform different test with DNAsp: intra or interspecies sequences

thank you

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I just downloaded and skimmed the help manual. It appears that interspecies data are allowed. If you're still unclear, give the manual a(nother) read.

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Hi, can someone help me out? I want to analyze my sequence using DNAsp , but when I put the alignment of my sequences out on DNAsp app, it said that the data file error, invalid character detected:"M" "Open Unphase/Genotype Data File" What does that means? Is there anything wrong during the process of alignment or what? Thanks.

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Please post this as a new post.

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The "sp" in DNAsp stands for "sequence polymorphism" which reflects that this software is principally designed for the analysis of intraspecific sequence variation data. However, there are some analyses of intraspecific variation that require an outgroup sequence (e.g. the HKA or McDonald-Kreitman tests), and therefore DNAsp can accept interspecific sequence data as well.

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