Talk at the Biomedical Computation at Stanford Conference (BCATS)

Today I gave a talk on my work on detecting hard and soft sweeps in Drosophila at BCATS. I presented new work inferring the softness of the sweeps in Drosophila, showing that sweeps on average have an adaptive theta compatible with the number of sweeping haplotypes to be around 12.8. The talk was well received, and I appreciate all the questions and comments from the audience.