dvir: Disaster Victim Identification
Joint DNA-based disaster victim identification (DVI), as
described in Vigeland and Egeland (2021)
<doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-296414/v1>. Identification is performed by
optimising the joint likelihood of all victim samples and reference
individuals. Individual identification probabilities, conditional on
all available information, are derived from the joint solution in the
form of posterior pairing probabilities. 'dvir' is part of the 'ped
suite' collection of packages for pedigree analysis. In particular it
uses 'forrel' for calculation of likelihood ratios.
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