Matching terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism ('TRFLP') profiles between unknown samples and a database of known samples. 'TRAMPR' facilitates analysis of many unknown profiles at once, and provides tools for working directly with electrophoresis output through to generating summaries suitable for community analyses with R's rich set of statistical functions. 'TRAMPR' also resolves the issues of multiple 'TRFLP' profiles within a species, and shared 'TRFLP' profiles across species.
|Author||Rich FitzJohn & Ian Dickie|
|Maintainer||Rich FitzJohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Package repository||View on GitHub|
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