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This website presents all the code used for the forthcoming paper “Evolutionary simulations of Z-linked suppression gene drives” by Luke Holman.

List of functions used to run the simulation

Click here to see all functions used in the simulation.

Running the simulation using the SLURM workload manager

Click here to see how the simulation was run on the University of Melbourne supercomputer, Spartan.

Analysing and plotting the results of the simulation

Click here to see the figures and tables generated from the simulation output data.