These docs are under development. In particular, many of the modules have not yet been completed and some of the extensions are not documented in great detail. If you find any issues, confusing bits, or have suggestions to make them more complete or clearer, please open an issue or a PR. Thanks!
moments implements methods for inferring demographic
history and patterns of selection from genetic data, based on solutions to the
diffusion approximations to the site-frequency spectrum (SFS).
The SFS implementation and interface of
moments is large based on the
source package developed by Ryan Gutenkunst.
We largely reuse
∂a∂i’s interface but introduced a new simulation engine. This
new method is based on the direct computation of the frequency spectrum without
solving the diffusion system. Consequently we circumvent the numerical PDE
approximations and we get rid of the frequency grids used in
moments.LD implements methods for computing linkage disequilibrium statistics
and running multi-population demographic inference using patterns of LD. This
extension contains methods for parsing phased or unphased sequencing data to
compute LD-decay for a large number of informative two-locus statistics, and
then uses those statistics to infer demographic history for large numbers of
moments was developed in
Simon Gravel’s group in the Human
Genetics department at McGill University, with maintenance and development by the
Gravel Lab and Aaron Ragsdale.
If you use
moments in your research, please cite:
Jouganous, J., Long, W., Ragsdale, A. P., & Gravel, S. (2017). Inferring the joint demographic history of multiple populations: beyond the diffusion approximation. Genetics, 206(3), 1549-1567.
If you use
moments.LD in your research, please cite:
Ragsdale, A. P. & Gravel, S. (2019). Models of archaic admixture and recent history from two-locus statistics. PLoS Genetics, 15(6), e1008204.
Ragsdale, A. P. & Gravel, S. (2020). Unbiased estimation of linkage disequilibrium from unphased data. Mol Biol Evol, 37(3), 923-932.
If you use
moments.TwoLocus in your research, please cite:
Ragsdale, A. P. (2022). Local fitness and epistatic effects lead to distinct patterns of linkage disequilibrium in protein-coding genes. Genetics, 221(4), iyac097.
Fix bugs when computing multi-population LD statistics using phased haplotype data
Steady state LD statistics for two-population island models
Function to parse ANGSD-formatted data as a moments.Spectrum object (issue #106)
Catch if genotype matrix is too large to compute pairwise LD (issue #105)
Efficiency improvements in LD Parsing and Integration
Test demes graph slicing features
The LD inference methods now allow calculation of f-statistics (f2, f3, f4)
Demes methods allow multiple sources in pulses
Demes integration allow for ancient samples
Fix bugs in L-BFGS-B methods for inference using the SFS
Add warnings and exceptions if bins are improperly defined in LD.Parsing (Issue #99).
ld_extensionsflag from installation so that all extensions are built automatically.
Pin cython to ~0.29 until recursion error is fixed
Allow samples to be specified with a dictionary for SFS calculation with Demes
Memory-efficient caching of projection in TwoLocus
Add LD inference using Demes and clean up uncertainty calculations for SFS inference using demes
Allow ancient samples in Demes inference function
Add selection and dominance to Demes SFS integration function
Add f2 and f4 statistics to LDstats object
Allow multiple simultaneous merger events in Demes integration methods
Add uncertainty functions to Demes SFS inference module
Refactor Demes SFS inference options (#85)
Add function to compute genotype matrix from the SFS
Add function to compute allele frequency threshold LD statistics from TwoLocus spectrum
Fix factor of 2 discrepancy between LD and TwoLocus mutation model (#60)
Fix bug that plotted multiple colorbars in plot_single_2d_sfs (issue #82).
Add L-BFGS-B optimization method to LD inference.
Fix bug in SFS inference using demes when a branch event time is a variable parameter.
Fix bug in LD Godambe method that improperly normalized J matrix and cU vector.
Inference using demes allows for ancestral misidentification estimation (#81).
Fst computation now has option for all pairwise computations (#80).
Bug fix when computing LD with an input VCF that includes multiple chromosomes (#78).
Bug fix when computing LD means over multiple regions.
Expanded documentation, particularly for clarification of installation steps in docs when using LD parsing methods (#79), usage of Godambe methods for computing confidence intervals (#77), and more details for LD methods.
Many small bug fixes and API improvements to LD parsing, inference, and confidence interval methods.
Expanded documentation for computing, parsing, and running inference using LD statistics (#73).
Expand LD examples in repository and bring them up to date with current API (#74).
Minor improvements to 1D SFS plotting (#64).
Use (chrom, pos) tuple as data dictionary key, to avoid conflicts with underscores. Underscores in contig/chromosome names are again supported.
Add branch function to Spectrum class.
Fix bug when computing SFS from demes with branches occurring simultaneously (#71).
Fix bug when computing SFS from demes with pulses occurring simultaneously (#72).
Fix bugs in Plotting multi-population SFS comparisons that were showing each subplot in a new figure instead of in a single plot.
Hide the intrusive scale bar in ModelPlot by default.
Fix bug in Misc.make_data_dict_vcf that skipped any site with missing data.
Fix numpy deprecation warning when projecting.
Documentation updates for miscellaneous functions.
Fix bug where copying and pickling LDstats objects resulted in a recursion error (#66).
Fix bug when checking if matplotlib is installed for model plotting (issue #68).
Now compatible with demes >= 0.1.
Fix a pesky RecursionError in
Fix bug when simulating LD using
Demesif admixture timing coincides with a deme’s end time.
numpy.floatdeprecation warning in
Update demes methods to work with
Improve (or at least change) some of the plotting outputs.
Protect import of
demesif not installed.
Completely rebuilt documentation, now hosted on [Read the Docs](https://moments.readthedocs.io/).
Tutorials and modules in the documentation for running inference, inferring the DFE, and exploring LD under a range of selection models.
More helpful documentation in docstrings.
Support for [demes](https://moments.readthedocs.io/en/latest/extensions/demes.html).
Simpler functions to improve Spectrum manipulation and demographic events, such as fs.split(), fs.admix, etc.
API and numerics overhaul for Triallele and TwoLocus methods.
Expanded selection models in the TwoLocus module.
moments.LD methods are now zero-based.
Reversible mutation model supports a single symmetric mutation rate.
Numpy version bump from 0.19 to 0.20 creates incompatibility if cython extension are built with different version than user environment. This more explicitly specifies the numpy version to maintain compatibility (with thanks to Graham Gower).
Allow for variable migration rate by passing a function as the migration matrix (with thanks to Ekaterina Noskova/@noscode).
Fixes an issue with ModelPlot when splitting 3D and 4D SFS.
Bug fixes and haplotype parsing in moments.LD.Parsing. (Issues #38 through #42, with thanks to Nathaniel Pope).
Updates to installation, so that
pipinstalls dependencies automatically.
Protect against importing
matplotlibif not installed.
TwoLocusnow ensure using CSC format sparse matrix to avoid sparse efficiency warnings.
Streamline test suite, which now works with
python -m pytests tests.
Fixes install issues using pip:
pip install .or
pip install git+https://bitbucket.org/simongravel/moments.gitis now functional.
Stable importing of scipy.optimize nnls function.
Fixes a plotting bug when ax was set to None (from @noscode - thanks!).
Options in plotting scripts for showing and saving output.
Add confidence interval computation for LD.
Add parsing script for ANGSD frequency spectrum output.
Note that we started tracking changes between versions with version 1.0.2.