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  • How  to  use  PopG:     Please  try  this  at  the  student  computer  labs,  such  as  Bancroft  1.23  and  1.15a.     If  you  are  on  the  desktop,  move  the  cursor  to  the  bottom  left  corner  to  get  to  the  start  page  (as  seen   in  the  image  below).   1. From  the  start  page,  move  your  cursor  to  the  top  right  corner  to  make  the  side  bar  appear.   Then  click  on  the  magnifying  glass.       2. Now  the  apps  will  be  in  alphabetical  order.    Scroll  to  the  “P”s  and  find  the  icon  for  PopG.     Click  on  it  to  open  it:    
  • 3. Now  you  will  have  PopG  open:         4. Click  on  the  “Run”  tab,  then  on  “New  run”:    
  • 5. Now  you  can  adjust  the  parameters  and  run  a  simulation:           6. Once  you  have  put  in  the  parameters  you  want,  click  “ok”  to  run  it:    
  • 7. You  can  continue  a  run  into  more  generations  by  clicking  “Run”,  then  “Continue”:         8. Try  different  settings.       When  you  enter  the  workshop  we  will  test  your  ability  to  do  (and  understand)  the  following:     • • • • Open  PopG  and  run  a  simulation.   Adjust  the  population  size,  fitness  of  different  genotypes,  mutation  rate,  etc.   Continue  a  run  for  more  generations.   Make  an  allele  dominant  or  recessive  by  adjusting  the  fitness  of  the  genotypes.