MCIBD: Monte Carlo Identity-By-Descent Matrix Estimation

This is a package implemented for flexible identity-by-descent (IBD) matrix estimation in F2 pedigrees. The IBD matrix estimate is approached by a Monte Carlo strategy, where the segregation of founder alleles is easy to define. Epistatic IBD matrices can also be calculated for two arbitrary loci. Such IBD matrix estimates are typically used in variance component quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis. Parallelization is implemented to enhance the performance of Monte Carlo sampling.

AuthorXia Shen
Date of publicationNone
MaintainerXia Shen <xia.shen@lcb.uu.se>
LicenseUnlimited
Version0.4

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NAMESPACE
data
data/datalist
data/pedigree.rda
data/probabilities.rda
R
R/MCIBD.R R/MCIBD.epi2chro.R R/cnF2freq.R R/MCIBD.chro.R
inst
inst/other.zip
inst/MCIBD-manual.pdf
inst/other.tar
inst/doc
inst/doc/Sweave.sty
inst/doc/MCIBD.pdf
inst/doc/MCIBD_note_100819.pdf
inst/doc/pdfpages.dtx
inst/doc/MCIBD.Rnw
inst/doc/pdfpages.ins
DESCRIPTION
man
man/MCIBD.Rd man/cnF2freq.Rd man/MCIBD.chro.Rd man/MCIBD-package.Rd man/pedigree.Rd man/MCIBD.epi2chro.Rd man/probabilities.Rd

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