Getting started with Ag1000G data


The recent release of 845 mosquito genomes by the Ag1000G Consortium provides the scientific community with a fantastic resource to investigate a huge variety of questions on a number of topics, such as speciation genomics, evidence for selection, and levels of population diversity.

Yet, working with such a huge dataset is complex. Just loading the genotype data into memory can be challenging – and that's before you even start on analysis!

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