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MareyMap 1.0

MareyMap was developed to be a meiotic recombination rate estimation program.


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  • Last Updated: Dec 21, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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MareyMap is a Photo & Image software developed by Clement Rezvoy. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for MareyMap:

Brothersoft Editor: MareyMap was developed to be a meiotic recombination rate estimation program. It is based on R and features a graphical interfcace in Tcl/Tk. MareyMap comes with an extensive dataset and several interpolation methods. The user may also use MareyMap with his own data

Here are some key features of "MareyMap":

Graphical User Interface:
· MareyMap includes a graphical user interface that makes its features easily accessible by the user.

Data editing:
· Maps can be edited graphically to remove incoherent markers and to see their influences on interpolation results

Interpolation methods:
· MareyMap comes with 3 interpolation methods (see Documentation for more Details). Interpolation method parameters can be modified via the graphical user

Local rate query:
· Recombination rate estimated by the different interpolation methods can be queried by entering a (or several) physical position(s). You may also query the estimated rate at several position by inputing a file containing a list of position spanning across one or several maps

Input / Output:
· MareyMap can save maps and results to file in Rdata binary format or as text files

· MareyMap allows you to export your maps and results to various graphical formats (jpeg,png,pdf and eps).
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