Haplotyping with computation of conditional probabilities
Last Update: 5 Feb 1996
Authors: Daniel E. Weeks and Kenneth Lange
Copyright: (c) 1996 Daniel E. Weeks
Collaborators: Jeffrey R O'Connell and Eric Sobel
Language: Fortran 77 (ANSI standard)
Distribution: As part of the Programs for Pedigree Analysis
Documentation: In the Programs for Pedigree Analysis documentation
Files: The source files are only available as part of the Programs for Pedigree Analysis distributed by Kenneth Lange (email@example.com).
Running: The locus and pedigree files must be in MENDEL-format. If your data are in LINKAGE-format, run LinkMend to convert them to MENDEL-format. The default names for the locus and pedigree files are 'locus.dat' and 'pedm.dat'.
Frequently Modified Options:
You generally have to modify the following options:
The batch file must contain at least the marke rnames (menu option #9), the intermarker recombination fractions (menu option #8), and the number of recombination fractions (menu option#17). The intermarker recombination fractions should be given in order as entries in the EXTRA array (menu option #8).
HAPSORT takes the haplo.ped output file and sorts the haplotypes by probability, placing the sorted output in haplo.sort, and a listing of the most probable haplotype for each individual in haplo.best.
- indexx.f <= FORTRAN program from Numerical Recipes
NOTE: We do not distribute indexx.f.
f77 -o hapsort hapsort.f indexx.f
If you have any questions or comments contact firstname.lastname@example.org