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Sets LOD curve to 0 for a given region size around cofactors included in CIM.
An object of class
A data frame with columns
a single numeric value which specifies the size of the region to set at zero LOD.
This function is useful to extract the new QTLs from composite interval mapping results. The artifactual LOD peak value obtained from the cofactors are set at zero LOD. Then the QTLs are defined by using the function
define.peak . The cofactors loci are defined in a data frame which can be performed by the function
map.peak. In this case, the cofactors will be at the maximum LOD peak location defined within the related peak object.
scanone object is returned.
Hamid A. Khalili
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data(seed10); out.em <- scanone( seed10, pheno.col=1:5, model='normal', method='hk'); out.peak <- define.peak( out.em, 'all'); covar <- map.peak(out.peak) out.cem <- cim.peak(seed10,out.peak); out.cem <- wash.covar(out.cem,covar); out_composite.peak <- define.peak(out.cem,'all');
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