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Answer: A: Interpolate Genetic Map
... could you be a bit mroe detailed? How would I do this in access? ...
written 6.2 years ago by Tim60
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Interpolate Genetic Map
... Hello I have base pair position and marker identifier and would like to get the position on the genetic map (cM). I tried to do this with an R package called crypticIBDcheck but the installation failed. Do you know of any other way that interpolates automatically without me having to upload them m ...
written 6.2 years ago by Tim60 • updated 6.2 years ago by Neilfws48k
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Genotype Phasing When Using The Beagle Genetic Analysis Software
... Hello, can somebody who knows BEAGLE a bit tell me whether you are supposed to phase your samples chromosome by chromosome or can you phase the sample in a single go? Moreover, how many markers do you suggest for BEAGLE - I currently have about 100k and wanted to knwo whether that is sufficient? Do ...
snps written 6.2 years ago by Tim60 • updated 6.2 years ago by Alex Reynolds28k
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Admixture Dating
... I have a general question about admixture dating methods (for SNP data). The available methods like ROLOFF or ALDER model the testing population as being the composite of two source populations (or surrogates for these populations). However, is it also possible to date single ancestry components wit ...
snps written 6.2 years ago by Tim60 • updated 5.5 years ago by Javier201390
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Phasing Data With Beagle
... Hey I need phased genotype data for another statistic I want to calculate and I decided to phase my data with BEAGLE. Before even starting to phase I extracted with PLINK the loci which have a genotype rate of 98% or above sot hat there are only a few loci which woudl be candidates for imputation. ...
haplotype written 6.2 years ago by Tim60 • updated 11 months ago by aa.abied890

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