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'''MaCH''' (MArkov Chain Haplotyping) is a software for phasing and genotype imputation.
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'''MaCH''' (MArkov Chain Haplotyping) is a Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based haplotyper that reconstructs haplotypes from genotypes of unrelated individuals. Three primary utilities of MaCH are (1) to resolve haplotypes from diploid genotypes; (2) impute missing genotypes; and (3) perform disease mapping analysis.
  
 
== Options ==
 
== Options ==
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Input Files:
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--datfile
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Marker information file as described in section 3.
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--pedfile
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Pedigree file as described in section 3.
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== FAQ ==
 
== FAQ ==

Revision as of 17:26, 26 April 2010

MaCH (MArkov Chain Haplotyping) is a Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based haplotyper that reconstructs haplotypes from genotypes of unrelated individuals. Three primary utilities of MaCH are (1) to resolve haplotypes from diploid genotypes; (2) impute missing genotypes; and (3) perform disease mapping analysis.

Options

Input Files: --datfile Marker information file as described in section 3. --pedfile Pedigree file as described in section 3.


FAQ