Functions in this package allow one to perform statistical analyses to map quantitative trait locus for geometric morphometric data
Geometric morphometrics defines shape as a multivariate trait. Gene pleiotropy on landmark coordinates is the underlying genetic model by definition and multivariate methods are required to map QTL. The package provides Haley-Knott mapping for shape data derived from other R packages:
Momocs or other open source softwares for geometric morphometrics : e.g.,
MorphoJ, and for genotype probabilities derived from specific packages depending on the type of crosses (for example
R/qtl for inbred strains).
Nicolas Navarro [email protected]
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