These functions derive the symbolic formula for the probability of observing the target haplotype given the parental genotype.
Three (three-marker genotypes) or two (two-marker genotypes) character string with the configuration of gamete one and two of the parental genotype.
Three (three-marker genotypes) or two (two-marker genotypes) character string with the configuration of the target haplotype.
The idea behind the algorithm is to conceptually "recode" the alleles of the parental genotype into "target" and "non-target", where "target" is relative to the target haplotype. Then the rules are determined that would rearrange the gametes of the parental genotype into a "target-target-target" haplotype. These rearrangement rules are then translated into the symbolic formula.
A character string with the symbolic formula. For three-marker
x is the recombination frequency between markers 1
and 2 and
y that between markers 2 and 3. For two-marker
z is the recombination frequency between markers 1 and
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