local ancestry in admixed populations
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Hi! Several tools are available for the estimation of local ancestry in admixed populations. However - as far as I know - these tools do not yield the local structural features (e.g.: haplotype patterns) that determine the attribution of a genomic region to a particular ancestral population. Is there a way to infer this information? Would haplotype analysis help? Thanks!

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brunobsouzaa ▴ 720

As far as I know, you could use STRUCTURE or EIGENSTRAT for such task. There's also LAMP, which I think would give you exactly what you need!

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Hi , Have you ever used LAMP-LD.I need to summarize and plot the output from LAMP-LD. Please help. Thanks, Shanzida.

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