/ **************************************
/ * genePedA1.dsp.txt *
/ * sample input file for genePedA1 *
/ * Chih-Horng Kuo *
/ * chkuo@uga.edu *
/ * 07/12/2005 *
/ **************************************
/ This file is a sample input file for genePedA1
/ "/" is the comment symbol,
/ any line starts with "/" will be ignored by the program
/
/ The following instruction lines (lines that do not start with a "/")
/ include all settings required for the program.
/ Each instruction line starts with a instruction symbol
/ (to tell the program what does the number in this line mean)
/ and the actual parameter value.
/ Preferably the instruction symbol and parameter value(s)
/ are separated by a tab or space (to improve readibility).
/
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
/ "#" is the symbol used to indicate population size
/ the following line tells the program thatthe population size (N) = 100
# 100
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
/ "^" is the symbol used to indicate how many entries (possible movements)
/ are included in the dispersal probability table
/ The following line tells the program that there are 5 entries
^ 5
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
/ "@" is the symbol used to indicate
/ the beginning of the dispersal probability table
/ The dispersal probability table lists the cumulative probability
/ for each possible movement.
/ Each entry of the dispersal probability table include
/ (1) the movement value (negative - to the left, positive - to the right)
/ (2) the cumulative probability for that movement value
/ It is important that the last entry should have a cumulative prob of 1,
/ otherwise the program will display an error message and quit.
/ In the following example, an individual has
/ (1) a 0.05 probability of moving 2 steps to the left (movement=-2)
/ (2) a 0.20 probability of moving 1 steps to the left (movement=-1)
/ (3) a 0.50 probability of staying at the same position (movement=0)
/ (4) a 0.20 probability of moving 1 steps to the right (movement=1)
/ (5) a 0.05 probability of moving 1 steps to the right (movement=2)
@
-2 0.05
-1 0.25
0 0.75
1 0.95
2 1