qtl (1.45-11)

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Tools for Analyzing QTL Experiments.


Analysis of experimental crosses to identify genes (called quantitative trait loci, QTLs) contributing to variation in quantitative traits. Broman et al. (2003) .

Maintainer: Karl Broman
Author(s): Karl W Broman <broman@wisc.edu> and Hao Wu, with ideas from Gary Churchill and Saunak Sen and contributions from Danny Arends, Robert Corty, Timothee Flutre, Ritsert Jansen, Pjotr Prins, Lars Ronnegard, Rohan Shah, Laura Shannon, Quoc Tran, Aaron Wolen, and Brian Yandell

License: GPL-3

Uses: testthat
Reverse depends: ASMap, bim, ctl, dlmap, eqtl, lineup, mpMap, MPR.genotyping, pheno2geno, qdg, QTL.gCIMapping, QTL.gCIMapping.GUI, qtlbim, qtlbook, qtlhot, qtlnet, spclust, synbreed, twopartqtl, vqtl, wgaim, xoi
Reverse suggests: agridat, genotypeR, LinkageMapView, MDSMap, onemap, publipha, qtlbook, QTLRel, varbvs

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