I have a set of structural variant calls for a few hundred human genomes, and I'm looking to evaluate selective pressure on each chromosome. I came across the Tajima D statistic, but most of the examples of its use are on SNP data, so I have wondered if it makes sense to use Tajima D with structural variant data. If not, can someone please recommend a sensible method for structural variants?
Question: Calculating neutrality statistics like Tajima D with structural variants
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lucas.lochovsky • 0
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