(alexl at users.sourceforge.net)
Co-designer of Python framework: author of main engine, text file parser, Python extension module framework using SWIG, XML output and XSLT post-processing framework (to generate plain text and HTML output).
Co-designer of Python framework: implemented and maintained Python modules, particularly the module for Hardy-Weinberg analysis. Updated and maintained XSLT code.
(Richard.Single at uvm.edu)
Author of haplotype frequency and linkage disequilibrium
analysis module "
of R programs to do further statistical analysis and generate
graphs and figures in PostScript.
(diogo at ib.usp.br)
Contributed further statistical analysis code for the R programs.
(solberg at berkeley.edu)
Implemented filter modules, including conversion to allele name information to sequence data.
Implemented prototype of the allele names to sequence conversion filter module.
(glenys at berkeley.edu)
Principal investigator and project lead.
The Hardy-Weinberg "exact test" implementation is a modified version of Guo & Thompson's 1992 code. Dr. Sun-Wei Guo has kindly allowed us to release the code under the GNU General Public License. Original code available at http://www.stat.washington.edu/thompson/Genepi/Hardy.shtml.
Montgomery Slatkin's implementation of a Monte Carlo approximation of the Ewens-Watterson exact test of neutrality (Slatkin 1994, Slatkin 1996). Original code can be found at: http://ib.berkeley.edu/labs/slatkin/monty/Ewens_exact.program.
The code in the '
pval' directory (with the exception
pval.c' the SWIG wrapper,
'pval_wrap.i' and the Makefile) is part of
the R project's '
nmath' numerical library
and is also licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Minor modifications have been made to allow the module to build