A Starting Point {bqtl}R Documentation

Some Introductory Comments

Description

Some pointers to a few key functions in BQTL

New to R?

Key Functions

Data Input

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make.map.frame

defines the map,

marker.levels

The help page describes several functions that define the coding scheme for marker levels,

make.analysis.obj

combines marker data, phenotype data,and the map.frame to create an object that can be used by data analysis functions.

Maximum Likelihood Methods

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bqtl

does a host of things from marker regression and interval mapping to full maximum likelihood. The best way to get started is to run example(bqtl) and take a look at the resulting output.

locus

is very helpful in specification of runs.

Approximate Bayesian Analysis

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linear.bayes

For a good starting point try example(linear.bayes)

Author(s)

Charles C. Berry cberry@ucsd.edu


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