GENBMAP 1.0 – Study of the Spatial Genetic Structure

GENBMAP 1.0

:: DESCRIPTION

GENBMAP (Genetical Bandwith Mapping) is a software for the study of the spatial genetic structure. It was developped by Alain Cercueil, O. Fran?ois and S. Manel. The method is essentially descriptive, and allows an user to analyze genotypes and geographic coordinates simultaneously through a two dimensional graphical representation. GenBMAP provides a basis for the interpretation of the genetic structure of a population.

::DEVELOPER

the Computational and Mathematical Biology group in Grenoble

:: SCREENSHOTS

:: REQUIREMENTS

  • Windows

:: DOWNLOAD

 GENBMAP

:: MORE INFORMATION

Citation

Cercueil A, François O, Pidancier N, Manel S
The Genetical Bandwidth Mapping: A spatial and graphical representation of population genetic structure based on the Wombling method
Theoretical Population Biology Volume 71, Issue 3, May 2007, Pages 332–341

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