Using Stata with PHASE and Haploview: Commands for importing and exporting data
AbstractModern genetics studies require the use of many specialty software programs for various aspects of the statistical analysis. PHASE is a program often used to reconstruct haplotypes from genotype data, and Haploview is a program often used to visualize and analyze single nucleotide polymorphism data. Three new commands are described for performing these three steps: 1) exporting geno- type data stored in Stata to PHASE, 2) importing the resulting inferred haplotypes back into Stata, and 3) exporting the haplotype/single nucleotide polymorphism data from Stata to Haploview. Copyright 2010 by StataCorp LP.
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Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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