Tools to simulate alphanumeric alleles, impute genetic missing data and reconstruct non-recombinant haplotypes from pedigree databases in a deterministic way. Allelic simulations can be implemented taking into account many factors (such as number of families, markers, alleles per marker, probability and proportion of missing genotypes, recombination rate, etc). Genotype imputation can be used with simulated datasets or real databases (previously loaded in .ped format). Haplotype reconstruction can be carried out even with missing data, since the program firstly imputes each family genotype (without a reference panel), to later reconstruct the corresponding haplotypes for each family member. All this considering that each individual (due to meiosis) should unequivocally have two alleles per marker (one inherited from each parent) and thus imputation and reconstruction results can be deterministically calculated.
|Author||Nathan Medina-Rodriguez and Angelo Santana|
|Date of publication||2016-07-17 14:50:39|
|Maintainer||Nathan Medina-Rodriguez <email@example.com>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
alleHaplotyper: Haplotyping of a dataset composed by several families.
alleHap-package: Allele Imputation and Haplotype Reconstruction from Pedigree...
alleImputer: Imputation of missing alleles from a dataset composed by...
alleLoader: Data loading of nuclear families (in .ped format)
alleSimulator: Simulation of genetic data (alleles) and non-genetic data...
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