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I found a PLOS one article that might help. In this they used similar numbers you're planning to use (if i get your question and the article's data right). The influence of the sampling scheme was investigated by drawing 40 samples in three different ways: 1) all 40 samples from a single deme, 2) 4 samples from each of 10 demes and 3) one sample from ...


First of all, the $\mu$ is not expected time for a mutation to occur and get fixed; it is the rate at which mutations are fixed in the population. The basic result states that if neutral mutations arise at a locus at rate $\mu$ within individuals, mutations at this locus will be fixed in the population at rate $\mu$ as well. The expected time for a given ...

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