Core Hunter is a tool to sample diverse, representative subsets from large germplasm
collections, with minimum redundancy. Such so-called core collections have applications in plant
breeding and genetic resource management in general. Core Hunter can construct cores based on
genetic marker data, phenotypic traits or precomputed distance matrices, optimizing one of many
provided evaluation measures depending on the precise purpose of the core (e.g. high diversity,
representativeness, or allelic richness). In addition, multiple measures can be simultaneously
optimized as part of a weighted index to bring the different perspectives closer together.
The Core Hunter library is implemented in Java 8 as an open source project (see
|Author||Herman De Beukelaer [aut, cre], Guy Davenport [aut], Veerle Fack [ths]|
|Date of publication||2017-02-20 19:15:04|
|Maintainer||Herman De Beukelaer <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|License||MIT + file LICENSE|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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