Software package for simulating and analyzing microhaplotype sequence data
Daniel Standage, 2018-2019
MicroHapulator is a package for analyzing and interpreting microhaplotype sequence data for forensic analysis. It provides tools for genotyping as well as deterministic and probabilistic interpretation of simple and complex samples. It also provides tools for constructing mock genotypes and simulating MPS sequencing of single- and multiple-contributor samples. MicroHapulator relies on microhap marker definitions and population allele frequencies from MicroHapDB and the MPS error models included with InSilicoSeq.
Installation with bioconda is recommended.
conda install -c bioconda microhapulator
Click the badge below to launch a quick interactive demo of MicroHapulator.
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We welcome contributions from the community! Feel free to ask questions, make suggestions, or report bugs using the issue tracker. If you are interested in submitting patches, docs/DEVEL.md contains a few suggestions for a development setup. All contributors are expected to abide by the project's Code of Conduct.
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