6 edition of Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS found in the catalog.
November 10, 2004
by Books by Users Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||312|
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The remainder of the book is divided into two parts: Part 1 focuses on classical quantitative genetics (Chapters ) and Part 2 (Chapters ) covers molecular genetics. Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS. Keywords:Complex traits, genetic epidemiology, integrated analysis, statistical and computational genetics. Abstract: The genome projects in human and other species have made genetic data widely Cited by: 3.
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Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS "This book is a very welcome addition to the toolbox of anyone using the powerful SAS System to analyze the genetic basis of complex traits.
Both classic. Chapter 1: Overview 3 of variation due to additive effects. Generally more than one phenotypic trait is of interest, and it then is useful to estimate what fraction of genetic variation is shared by two traits, through the genetic correlation. This chapter focuses on the statistical method called analysis of variance and on the SAS.
This book is a very welcome addition to the toolbox of anyone using the powerful SAS System to analyze the genetic basis of complex traits. Both classic and Bayesian approaches are discussed, with a focus on genetic parameter estimation and gene mapping. An especially nice feature, and indeed worth the price of the book /5(2).
Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS. Edited by ARNOLD M. SAXTON. SAS Institute, Cary, NC Paperback, pp., $ ISBN The title leads the reader to expect a book that demonstrates how to use SAS in the analysis of molecular genetic data, and certainly, this is one of the book.
This book gives an introduction to how it is used in genetic analysis, and even though each chapter is written by a different author, the book can be useful to those (such as this reviewer) who are not experts in genetics but who may be called upon to apply their mathematical and statistical knowledge to problems in genetics (but using SAS /5.
Get this from a library. Genetic analysis of complex traits using SAS. [Arnold Myron Saxton; SAS Institute.;] -- Example-rich and experiment-driven, Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS demonstrates how you can use SAS and SAS.
The analysis of traits and disorders that exhibit a straightforward Mendelian genetics, based on the kind of major gene models that are easy to set up in computer programs such as LINKAGE (), has been Cited by: This book is a very welcome addition to the toolbox of anyone using the powerful SAS System to analyze the genetic basis of complex traits.
Both classic and Bayesian approaches are discussed, with a focus. Example-rich and experiment-driven, Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS explicitly demonstrates how you can use SAS and SAS/Genetics to extract answers from your quantitative and molecular genetics data.
The book guides you through the mix of genetic, statistical, and SAS Author: Arnold Saxton. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS by Arnold M.
Saxon, Robert J. Tempelman, Monica G. Balzarini, Aldo Cappio-Borlino and. FREE PDF Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS BOOK ONLINE. This chapter addresses genetic parameters and estimation methods not covered in other chapters.
Topics include regression designs for estimating heritability and genetic correlations, inbreeding, Cited by: 5. In the s, the celebrated book Methods in Genetic Epidemiology described a variety of computer programs, including PATHMIX for path analysis of nuclear family data, POINTER for complex Cited by: Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS ® Edited by Arnold M.
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The long-term goal of this project is to develop statistical models for studying the genetic architecture of quantitative traits in plants using molecular markers. The statistical technique is called the plant. Book Description: Arnold Saxton, Ph.D., the editor of this volume, is a professor of animal science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
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SAS. The methods are applied to a range of testing problems in biomedical and genomic research, including the identification of differentially expressed and co-expressed genes in high-throughput gene .Impacts The project will significantly increase the efficiency of genetic mapping and thus improve our understanding of the genetic architecture of complex traits.
Publications. Xu, C. and S. Xu. Extended Sib-Pair Mapping for Quantitative Traits. In Saxton, R. (ed), Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits with SAS.Many who have taught quantitative genetics courses over the years will look forward to using this book as an excellent software supplement to their courses.
Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS.