How to GENEPOP for HardyWeinberg Equilibrium
 Spent some time today and in past figuring out how Genepop works ... here's what I figured out ...
 Genepop 4.0.10, Genepop on the Web
Formatting Data
MS Excel
 first row can be anything (title your Genepop run, for example)
 second row is marker names, separated by commas
 third row is lthe word "POP" (or "Pop" or "pop"), to separate populations
 fourth row is data
 start with sample name  can use any character, including white space
 comma
 genotypes separated by white space

MS Word
 copy data from Excel, Paste Special into Word
 Save As ...

 File Conversion: LatinUS (DOS), CR/LF

Genepop on the Web
Option 1: Hardy Weinberg Exact Tests
Suboption 3: Probability Test
 will output HardyWeinberg chisquare test, along with significance
 grouped by marker
 grouped by population
 overall

Option 5: Allele Frequencies, etc.
Suboption 1: Genotypic matrices, number obs/exp homozygotes and heterozygotes, allele frequencies, etc
 will output genotype matrix (how often one allele occurs with another), genotype frequences, expected and observed number of homozygotes and heterozygotes, allele frequences
 calculate H_{e} and H_{o}
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