I'm trying to run mcheza for outlier detection on an fairly small AFLP dataset (267 markers, 8 populations and 250 individals). However, I can't get the program to either read the genepop/infile (error msg:
Not a genepop file!) OR (when I have converted the file to ASCII format using convert XLS, all according to the genepop manual) it can read it but then I get the error msg:
Some loci have more than two alleles [name of my first loci]. Indicating that the formatting is somehow wrong. I have a feeling that I somehow stuck between different formats and different encoding of the file :-)
Can you please provide an example of a correct and function infile based on AFLP/dominant markers (maybe one that are slitghty more extensive than the one given in the user guide) or some pointers of how to format the file when using dominant data.
All the best!// Josefine