PD Genetic Mapping Software

Toby Bradshaw toby at carson.u.washington.edu
Fri Nov 13 13:36:06 EST 1992

In article <1992Nov10.215921.10509 at schaefer.math.wisc.edu> horn at schaefer.math.wisc.edu (Jeffrey Horn) writes:
>Would anyone have any leads on acquiring public domain or at least
>freely available genetic linkage software (for plant populations).
>I am interested in calculating genetic maps, displaying them in 
>MS-Windows or X Windows, and printing the maps.  I am aware of 
>Lander's Mapmaker program, but would like something a bit more
>automatic and a bit more graphical.

I saw Steve Lincoln at Plant Genome I, and MAPMAKER 3.0 has graphics
capability.  As for "automatic" -- it's automatic enough for most
folks, and it isn't always safe to trust the default settings anyway.

Toby Bradshaw
Department of Biochemistry and College of Forest Resources
University of Washington, Seattle
toby at u.washington.edu

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