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Software

Combination of longitudinal biomarkers in predicting binary events: pattern mixture model and shared random effects model, by D. Liu and P.S. Albert


Software of Statistical Genetics by Dr. Fan's group

(1) Generalized Functional Linear Models for Gene-based Case-Control Association Studies, R. Fan and Y. Wang

(2) Functional Linear Models for Association Analysis of Quantitative Traits, by R. Fan and Y. Wang

(3) Association analysis of complex diseases using triads, parent-child dyads and singleton monads, by R. Fan and A. Lee

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(4) Hotelling T^2 Tests, by R. Fan and M. Knapp

(a) Hotelling T^2 Tests Based on Population Case Control Data
(b) Hotelling T^2 Tests Based on Nuclear Trio Family Data
(c) Hotelling T^2 Tests Based on Sib-ship Data

(5) Software to Detect Positive Selection in the Human Genome, by R. Fan and M. Zhong

(a) Extended Homozygosity Score Test (EHST)

An example of HapMap II data:

(b) A Cross-population Extended Haplotype-based Homozygosity Score Test (xp-EHHST)

An example of HapMap II data:

Last Updated Date: 10/20/2014
Last Reviewed Date: 10/20/2014

Contact Information

Name: Dr Paul Albert
Chief and Senior Investigator
Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Branch
Phone: 301-496-5582
E-mail: albertp@mail.nih.gov

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