add_marker: Creates a new sequence by adding markers.

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/add_marker.R

Description

Creates a new sequence by adding markers from a predetermined one. The markers are added in the end of the sequence.

Usage

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add_marker(input.seq, mrks)

Arguments

input.seq

an object of class sequence.

mrks

a vector containing the markers to be added from the sequence.

Value

An object of class sequence, which is a list containing the following components:

seq.num

a vector containing the (ordered) indices of markers in the sequence, according to the input file.

seq.phases

a vector with the linkage phases between markers in the sequence, in corresponding positions. -1 means that there are no defined linkage phases.

seq.rf

a vector with the recombination fractions between markers in the sequence. -1 means that there are no estimated recombination fractions.

seq.like

log-likelihood of the corresponding linkage map.

data.name

name of the object of class onemap with the raw data.

twopt

name of the object of class rf_2pts with the 2-point analyses.

@author Marcelo Mollinari, [email protected]

See Also

drop_marker

Examples

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data(onemap_example_out)
twopt <- rf_2pts(onemap_example_out)
all_mark <- make_seq(twopt,"all")
groups <- group(all_mark)
(LG1 <- make_seq(groups,1))
(LG.aug<-add_marker(LG1, c(4,7)))

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