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obj.haplomax.HS.add {HAPim}

Analysis of variance of the HaploMmax method in half-sib family design
Package: 
HAPim
Version: 
1.3

Description

The function computes the regression analysis with a dose haplotype effect and a sire effect in a design of half-sib families. It can be viewed as an internal function. The user does not have to call it by himself.

Usage

obj.haplomax.HS.add(genea, perf, CD, assoc, res.structure, pi.hap, cor.pere, 

cor.mere)

Arguments

genea
numeric matrix (number of individuals x 2) which contains individual index and corresponding sire index of each individual.
perf
numeric vector of length=number of individuals which contains the performances of individuals.
CD
numeric vector of length=number of individuals which contains the CD of individuals. var(perf$_i$)=error variance/CD$^2_i$
assoc
numeric value, associated haplotype
res.structure
provided by structure.hap() function, list of objects.
pi.hap
provided by pi.hap() function, list of numeric objects.
cor.pere
provided by corresp() function, list of numeric objects.
cor.mere
provided by corresp() function, list of numeric objects.

Values

The returned value is an object of aov class containing the dose haplotype + sire effect regression.

References

publication to be submitted: C. Cierco-Ayrolles, S. Dejean, A. Legarra, H. Gilbert, T. Druet, F. Ytournel, D. Estivals, N. Oumouhou and B. Mangin. Combining linkage analysis and linkage disequilibrium for QTL fine mapping in animal pedigrees.

See Also

corresp, pi.hap, structure.hap

Author(s)

S. Dejean, N. Oumouhou, D. Estivals, B. Mangin

Documentation reproduced from package HAPim, version 1.3. License: GPL