danj at WELCHGATE.WELCH.JHU.EDU
Sat Jan 30 11:12:43 EST 1993
In article <1993Jan27.214612.8487 at walter.cray.com> mwd at cray.com (Mark Dalton) writes:
>I don't remeber when I actually pulled this of the net. But this
>will give you a good start.
>READ.ME for genome.wi.edu, Thu Oct 8 1992
>This is the anonymous FTP server for the MIT Center for Genome Reasearch.
>Here you will find:
>A computer program for selecting PCR primers, particularly useful
>for SSLP markers. In directory ditribution/primer*.
>MAPMAKER and MAPMAKER/QTL
>Computer Programs for genetic linkage analysis of simple markers (MAPMAKER) and complex traits. In directory distribution/mapmaker2.
Yes but if you actually check the ftp site you will find that the
mapmaker directory has been empty for a while. Don't know why -
I imagine the authors will be getting a few mail messages asking
why it's not there :-).
Best of luck,
danj at welchgate.welch.jhu.edu
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