Supplement 1. AgeNe, a program to calculate Ne and Nb in age-structured populations.

2016-08-09T10:28:33Z (GMT) by Robin S. Waples Chi Do Julien Chopelet
<h2>File List</h2><blockquote> <a href="AgeNe.exe">AgeNe.exe</a><br> <a href="Main.f95">Main.f95</a><br> <a href="Calcul.f95">Calcul.f95</a><br> <a href="InOut.f95">InOut.f95</a><br> <a href="AgeNe - Readme.pdf">AgeNe - Readme.pdf</a><br> <a href="Haploid.txt">Haploid.txt</a><br> <a href="TwoSex.txt">TwoSex.txt</a><br> <a href="SexChangeTest.txt">SexChangeTest.txt</a><br> <a href="Multi.txt">Multi.txt</a> </blockquote><h2>Description</h2><blockquote> AgeNe.exe - A compiled, command-line PC program that performs the analyses described in the text<br> Main.f95 - Fortran95 source code for the main AgeNe program<br> Calcul.f95 - Fortran95 source code for subroutines that do most of the AgeNe calculations<br> InOut.f95 - Fortran95 source code for subroutines that handle input and output files<br> AgeNe - Readme.pdf - Explains how to operate the program<br> Haploid.txt - Sample input file for haploid life history<br> TwoSex.txt - Sample input file for species with separate sexes and no sex change<br> SexChangeTest.txt - Sample input file for species with separate sexes and the possibility of sex change<br> Multi.txt - Example of an input file that includes sequential input files for multiple populations </blockquote>