Conference paper

Geocomputational approaches for the analysis of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and multi-scale data in landscape genomics

The application of geocomputation to the field of landscape genomics (Manel et al. 2010) permits to carry out demanding computational tasks that recently emerged because of the advent of large Next-Generation Sequencing data. When investigating the genetic mechanisms of evolution in spatially distributed plants or animals, geocomputation also proves to be useful to process many association models (gene x environment) in a multi-scale context.

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