data for: Northern European Salmo trutta (L.) populations are genetically divergent across geographical regions and environmental gradients.
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SNP genotype data used in: Bekkevold, D. , Höjesjö, J. , Nielsen, E. E., Aldvén, D. , Als, T. D., Sodeland, M. , Kent, M. P., Lien, S. and Hansen, M. M. (2019), Northern European Salmo trutta (L.) populations are genetically divergent across geographical regions and environmental gradients. Evol Appl. doi:10.1111/eva.12877.
The file is a comma-separated text file, where each row gives a list of 3782 genotypes; one row per individual (2090 total). Each individual is denoted by its collection ID, given as a 'River number' following Table 1 in Bekkevold et al. (doi:10.1111/eva.12877), followed by an underscore (_), followed by 'Individual number'. Individual SNP locus names are given in the top row. Genotypes are given as the copy number of the major allele (0,1,2). Missing genotypes are given as 9.