It's Saturday night. Baby girl is asleep. Scott is writing a paper, and I am starting to work my way through Population Genetics by Matthew Hamilton. I think we are nerds, officially.
I took a course on population genetics several years ago, but was a little overwhelmed by it. The book was dense and concise, to a fault, for a learner like me who thrives on reading and working through multiple examples. So, I'm hoping that this new (to me) book, will be a better aid at helping me truly grasp the concepts.
If you have any suggestions for other good books on population genetics (or websites), I'm all ears!!