QTL mapping in a mixed model framework with separate detection and localization stages. The first stage detects the number of QTL on each chromosome based on the genetic variation due to grouped markers on the chromosome; the second stage uses this information to determine the most likely QTL positions. The mixed model can accommodate general fixed and random effects, including spatial effects in field trials and pedigree effects. Applicable to backcrosses, doubled haploids, recombinant inbred lines, F2 intercrosses, and association mapping populations.
|Depends:||qtl, ibdreg, wgaim, nlme, mgcv|
|Author:||Emma Huang and Andrew George|
|Maintainer:||Emma Huang <Emma.Huang at csiro.au>|
|Citation:||dlmap citation info|
|CRAN checks:||dlmap results|
|Windows binaries:||r-devel: dlmap_1.13.zip, r-release: dlmap_1.13.zip, r-oldrel: dlmap_1.13.zip|
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