Unicode-XML-TEI text/corpus analysis platform
TXM is a free and open-source cross-platform Unicode & XML based text/corpus analysis environment and graphical client, supporting Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. It can also be used online as a J2EE standard compliant web portal (GWT based) with access control built in. DOWNLOAD LATEST VERSION OF TXM : http://perso.ens-lyon.fr/serge.heiden/txm/files/software/TXM/0.7.7 TXM offers a comprehensive range of analysis tools (concordances, collocate search, frequency lists, etc.) based on the powerfull CQP full text search engine (http://cwb.sourceforge.net) and a range of statistical functions (factorial analysis, classification, cooccurrency analysis, etc.) based on R packages (http://www.r-project.org). Read the scientific background at the Textométrie project web site http://textometrie.ens-lyon.fr/?lang=en. Read a full description at the TEI Tools wiki http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/TXM.
Format converting tool for genotype Data (e.g.PLINK-MACH,MACH-PLINK)
Main application is twofold: first to convert genotype SNP data into formats of different imputation tools like PLINK MACH, IMPUTE, BEAGLE and BIMBBAM, second to transform imputed data into different file formats like PLINK, HAPLOVIEW, EIGENSOFT and SNPTEST. Readable file formats: plink-pedigree (ped and map), plink-raw, plink-dosage, mach , minimac, impute, snptest, beagle and bimbam. Similarly all kinds of imputation of outputs are also accepted. Formats which can be generated by fcGENE: plink-pedigree, plink-raw, plink-dosage, mach-inputs, minimac-inputs, impute-inputs, beagle-inputs and bimbam-inputs, HAPLOVIEW-inputs, EIGENSOFT-inputs. Further application: -obtaining templates of necessary imputation commands and commands of other imputation tool - Quality control according as MAF,HWE & CALLRATE. key words: genotype transformation, convert genotype format, imputation output, PLINK, IMPUTE, MACH, minimac, HAPLOVIEW, BEAGLE, BIMBAM,EIGENSOFT.
A command line toolki to solve a problem your favorite program defines
Diagonal can be used for: - getting descriptive statistics such as mean/median/mode with your program producing a sample - finding a root of an equation your program defines - calculating a fixed point of a function your program defines - detecting a cycle of a fuction your program defines as well as - decoding a VCDIFF file