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CorrSieve 1.6-6

Summary: Determining meaningful values of K, the assumed number of subpopulations, is one of the primary challenges of making biological inferences from STRUCTURE data. The Ruby and R package CorrSieve summarises STRUCTURE output and performs a number of tests, including both previously reported methods and novel ones, to help determine meaningful values of K.

Summary: Determining meaningful values of K, the assumed number of subpopulations, is one of the primary challenges of making biological inferences from STRUCTURE data. The Ruby and R package CorrSieve summarises STRUCTURE output and performs a number of tests, including both previously reported methods and novel ones, to help determine meaningful values of K. CorrSieve Package (Ruby Version)
CorrSieve is open source and available under the GNU General Purpose Licence (v3). CorrSieve Package (R Source Code)
Contact: with questions or suggestions regarding CorrSieve. CorrSieve Manual and Licence

If used, please cite:

Campana, MG, HV Hunt, H Jones & J White. 2011. CorrSieve: software for summarizing and evaluating Structure output. Molecular Ecology Resources 11: 349-352.

CorrSieve R Reference Guide

Files to download are included on the right. Right click on the links and choose 'save link as' to download the files.

Asplenium fontanum example data and output

The compiled R version is available at the CRAN website.