LAMP (Local Ancestry in adMixed Populations): LAMP is a software package for the inference of locus-specific ancestry in recently admixed opulations. It includes a few versions as described below. LAMP-LD takes the genotypes of admixed individuals as well as reference haplotype panels pproximating the mixing ancestral populations, and outputs the estimated number of alleles from each ancestry in each locus for each individual. The LAMP-LD package also includes the program LAMP-HAP, which processes haplotype data when high-quality phasing is available, and utilizes trio nuclear family designs to improve estimation accuracy.
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- Boca, Simina M.; Rosenberg, Noah A.: Mathematical properties of (F_\mathrmst) between admixed populations and their parental source populations (2011)
- Pasaniuc, Bogdan; Sankararaman, Sriram; Kimmel, Gad; Halperin, Eran: Inference of locus-specific ancestry in closely related populations (2009) ioport