Posts Tagged ‘ GenABEL ’

GenABEL: an annoying error after the import of PLINK data format

July 12, 2012

In the previous post we saw how much convenient could be GenABEL in the management of genotypic/phenotypic data. We introduced the import of genotypic data from an Illumina format file: > convert.snp.illumina(inf = "gen.illu", out = "gen.raw", strand = "file") … Continue reading →

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An easy way to manage your genome-wide-association data: GenABEL package.

June 12, 2012

Here is a little overview on GenABEL library developed by Yurii Aulchenko ( GenABEL is a full-featured R library for dealing with Genome-Wide Association analysis of binary and quantitative traits. Compared to the ‘genetics’ package and many other tools, GenABEL … Continue reading →

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