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Table 4 Genepop output reporting the Hardy–Weinberg tests, global Hardy–Weinberg tests [score (U) test], mean squared allele size difference, tests and tables for linkage disequilibrium, population differentiation, Fis, and other correlation

From: Evaluation and comparison of population genetics software in Rabari Tribe of Gujarat population

Locus Null allele frequencies P val S.E FIS estimates
W&C R&H
MSDinter Generic differentiation (G test) Geneotypic differentiation (G test) Fwc(IS)
D3S1358 0.0797 0.1845 0.0034 − 0.0068 0.0299 2.6812 − 0.0068
D1S1656 0.0084 0.3019 0.0082 − 0.0033 − 0.0130 12.02 − 0.0033
D6S1043 0.0000 0.3604 0.0135 − 0.0093 − 0.0244 17.599 − 0.0093
D13S317 0.0429 0.4764 0.0080 0.0843 0.0399 6.5347 0.0843
PENTA-E 0.0000 0.7326 0.0105 − 0.0443 − 0.0278 13.057 − 0.0443
D16S539 0.0039 0.5402 0.0059 − 0.0030 − 0.0112 4.5114 − 0.0030
D18S51 0.0297 0.1208 0.0108 0.0593 0.0045 10.991 0.0593
D2S1338 0.0000 0.7253 0.0079 − 0.0336 − 0.0417 10.397 − 0.0336
CSF1PO 0.0151 0.2302 0.0052 0.0203 0.0130 2.1976 0.0203
PENTA-D 0.1084 0.0017 0.0004 0.2034 0.1744 5.7478 0.2034
TH01 0.0171 0.6526 0.0054 − 0.0504 − 0.0431 3.1653 − 0.0504
VWA 0.0141 0.7957 0.0045 − 0.0121 − 0.0288 4.7722 − 0.0121
D21S11 0.0360 0.9557 0.0019 0.0476 0.0212 3.6559 0.0476
D7S820 0.0000 0.5389 0.0090 − 0.1203 − 0.0582 8.046 − 0.1203
D5S818 0.1652 0.5699 0.0060 0.0348 0.0359 2.0094 0.0348
TPOX 0.4990 0.2971 0.0003 − 0.0445 − 0.0155 2.9988 − 0.0445
D8S1179 0.0143 0.6571 0.0057 0.0434 0.0121 8.0188 0.0434
D12S391 0.0000 0.3666 0.0094 − 0.0043 − 0.0063 10.048 − 0.0043
D19S433 0.0000 0.8676 0.0081 − 0.0875 − 0.0304 6.7996 − 0.0875
FGA 0.0049 0.6252 0.0101 − 0.0398 − 0.0343 11.971 − 0.0398
  1. *Global Hardy–Weinberg tests [score (U) test]: P value 0.4412, S.E. 0.0263
  2. *Estimation of exact P values by the Markov chain method
  3. *Markov chain parameters for all tests: dememorization: 10,000, batches: 20, iterations per batch: 5000, Hardy–Weinberg: probability test
  4. *MSD: mean squared allele size difference
  5. Only 1 population, no differentiation test, no FST and no FIT