Eqmr-ftrth

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Introduction

eqmr-ftrth

Options

Short Long Description
-d --data The database (.db file)
-f --feature The feature database (.fdb file)
-o --output The stem name of the result database (text format)
-m --model The model for computing the Bayes Factors
-n --permut The number of permutations to do (default is none)
-t --feature-table A table of features to look at
-c --chrom The chromosome to focus on
-b --bf-min The minimal bf value to report a SNP
-p --pv-max The maximal pv value to report a SNP
-s --feature-start The starting index for feature
-e --feature-end The ending index for feature
-h --nthread Number of threads to use
--qnorm Quantile normalize the feature phenotypes within each population
--best-snp Report the best SNP(s = if there is a tie) for each feature
--best-only Report only the best SNP(s = if there is a tie) for each feature
--text Set this flag if the feature phenotype matrix is a plain text file instead of a binary one
--no-col-name Set this flag if the feature phenotype matrix has no column name
--no-row-name Set this flag if the feature phenotype matrix has no row name

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Program nameeqmr-ftrth  +
Program titleTrans phenotype x genotype mapping (multi-thread)
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