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disequilibrium program

William J. Etges wetges at COMP.UARK.EDU
Wed Dec 13 10:30:34 EST 1995

At  7:40 PM 12/12/95 -0800, Dave Carmean wrote:
>Is any software available to calculate multilocus gametic linkage
>disquilibria?  Weir's 1990 text book 'Genetic Data Analysis' gives a 442
>line Fortran program that looks like it would do the trick, but I'd mangle
>it typing it in and then I'd have to learn Fortran in order to debug it.
>Mary Berbee

        Weir's multi-locus linkage disequilibrium program works very well,
and can be used generate a number of useful statistics.  Perhaps you could
contact Weir directly to see if anyone has translated the code into a more
user friendly format.


William J. Etges
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