I came to analyzing population genetics data from the background of a theoretician and a computer biologist but not with the standard tools that a bioinformatician (or empiricist in population genetics) know of. I have a fairly good knowledge in R and in programming in general.
I am looking for a course/tutorial for learning bioconductor (and other R tools for analyzing genetic data). A course/tutorial that is short, dense and assumes the user has good knowledge in programming. I am happy with both a video or a written tutorial although I would slightly prefer a written tutorial. I typically aim at analyzing data on structured populations such as the average number of pairwise differences among population, or graphing the site frequency spectrum per population, etc..
There are a fair number of such tutorials. Can you please give me recommendations?