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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 12 Jan 2014
[ 19:07 riggs ] Original commit   Revision:339532
339532 biology/mapm3/Makefile
339532 biology/mapm3/files/patch-Makefile
- Fix build with clang
- Stage support

PR:		ports/185655
Submitted by:	Tassilo Philipp <tphilipp@potion-studios.com> (maintainer)
Approved by:	thierry (mentor)
Sun, 6 Apr 2008
[ 04:49 rafan ] Original commit 
1.95 biology/Makefile
1.1 biology/mapm3/Makefile
1.1 biology/mapm3/distinfo
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-lib-iolib.c
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-lib-iolib.h
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-lib-makehelp.c
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-lib-shell.c
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-lib-syscode.c
1.1 biology/mapm3/files/patch-lib-system.h

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MAPMAKER/EXP is a linkage analysis package designed to help construct primary
linkage maps of markers segregating in experimental crosses. MAPMAKER/EXP
performs full multipoint linkage analysis (simultaneous estimation of all
recombination fractions from the primary data) for dominant, recessive, and co-
dominant (e.g.  RFLP-like) markers.  MAPMAKER/EXP is an experimental-cross-only
successor to the original MAPMAKER program.

MAPMAKER/QTL is a companion program to MAPMAKER/EXP which allows one to map
genes controlling polygenic quantitative traits in F2 intercrosses and BC1
backcrosses relative to a genetic linkage map. More information on MAPMAKER/QTL
can be found in the technical report (included with MAPMAKER/QTL).

WWW: http://www.broad.mit.edu/ftp/distribution/software/mapmaker3/

PR:             ports/122452
Submitted by:   Tassilo Philipp <tphilipp at potion-studios.com>

Number of commits found: 2

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