datasetposted on 21.07.2018 by James S. Borrell, Nian Wang, Richard A. Nichols, Richard J. A. Buggs
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Microsatellite markers identified in silico from raw RAD-seq reads for 187 Betula nana individuals, from 36 populations, in Great Britain and Scandinavia. These individuals are a subset of those covered by the Betula_nana_PCRSSR.txt dataset. Dataset is stored in genepop format, with each allele coded by three digits. For details of the scripts used to generate these data, see https://github.com/JamesBorrell/RAD-SSR_extraction_scripts