Here is a list of the tests implemented in our pipeline.

**Tajima’s D**(Tajima, 1989): Comparison of estimates of the number of segregating sites and the mean pairwise difference between sequences.**CLR**(Nielsen et al., 2005). Multilocus Composite Likelihood Ratio Test. Read more about the CLR**Fay and Wu’s H**(Fay & Wu, 2000): Comparison of the number of derived segregating sites at low and high frequencies and the number of variants at intermediate frequencies.**Fu and Li’s F***(Fu, 1997): Comparison of the number of singleton mutations and the mean pairwise difference between sequences.**Fu and Li’s D***(Fu, 1997): Comparison of the number of singleton mutations and the total number of nucleotide variants.**R2**(Ramos-Onsins and Rozas. 2002) Comparison of the difference between the number of singletons per sequence and the average number of nucleotide differences.**XP-EHH**(Sabeti et al., 2007): Cross-population extended haplotype homozygosity.**Delta iHH**(Voight et al., 2006, Grossman et al., 2010): difference between two integrated haplotype homozygosity scores.**iHS**(Voight et al., 2006): log ratio between two integrated haplotype homozygosity scores.**EHH average**(Sabeti et al., 2002): Extended halotype homozygosity; weighted average for all core haplotypes of the position at which the haplotype homozygosity decays to <=0.5.**Wall’s B**(Wall, 2000): Counts the number of pairs of adjacent segregating sites that are congruent (if the subset of the data consisting of the two sites contains only two different haplotypes)**Wall’s Q**(Wall, 2000): Adds the number of partitions (two disjoint subsets whose union is the set of individuals in the sample) induced by congruent pairs to Wall’s B.**Fu’s Fs**(Fu, 1997): Based on Ewens’ sampling distribution, taking into account the number of different haplotypes in the sample.**Dh**(Nei, 1987): Summary statistic based on the number of different haplotypes in the sample**Fst**(Weir and Cockerham, 1984) : global and pairwise**delta DAF**: difference of Derived allele frequencies between 2 populations.**XP-CLR**(Chen et al., 2010): Multilocus allele frequency differentiation between two populations.