Difference between revisions of "MaCH"

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* [[MaCH: Input Files|Information on MaCH input formats]]
 
* [[MaCH: Input Files|Information on MaCH input formats]]
 
* [[MaCH: 1000 Genomes Imputation Cookbook|1000 Genomes Imputation Cookbook]]
 
* [[MaCH: 1000 Genomes Imputation Cookbook|1000 Genomes Imputation Cookbook]]
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* [[MaCH: Chromosome X Imputation|machX]]
 
* [[Mach2dat: Association with MACH output]]
 
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Revision as of 08:33, 26 November 2010

MaCH is a tool for haplotyping, genotype imputation and disease association analysis developed by Goncalo Abecasis and Yun Li. MaCH was first used to imputed missing genotypes in our FUSION genomewide association study (Scott et al, Science, 2007) and has since been used in the analysis of many other GWAS.

This page includes links to several useful MaCH related resources.

Currently, it also includes random notes on input file formats, but these probably need to be cleaned up!