A decent program for Linkage Analysis

Brian Nichols brian-nichols at uiowa.edu
Sun Apr 30 20:29:07 EST 1995


gma2 at CORNELL.EDU (Gregory M. Acland) wrote:

>Actually, a warm and fuzzzy Mac program that generated straight text files
>for transfer (via wire or even sneaker-net) to a (horrors) DOS machine
>would be adequate. I mean you can, and people do, enter pedigree data into
>Excel on a Mac, cut and paste into Word, save as Text, translate into
>PC-files and stick into a DOS-box. A more seamless way of doing this might
>be adequate.
>
>Gregory M. Acland

For those that are interested in creating pedigree text files using the "warm and fuzzy" Mac interface, you might take a look at Linkage Interface, a hypercard-based standalone application created specifically for that purpose.  You can find it in the infomac archive (or I can send it to you via email).

Brian Nichols
University of Iowa
brian-nichols at uiowa.edu




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