GSR: Simulator - FAVITES

Basic Package Attributes
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Title FAVITES
Short Description FrAmework for VIral Transmission and Evolution Simulation
Long Description FAVITES (FrAmework for VIral Transmission and Evolution Simulation) is a robust modular framework for the simultaneous simulation of a transmission network and viral evolution, as well as simulation of sampling imperfections of the transmission network and of the sequencing process (Moshiri et al., 2018). The framework is robust in that the simulation process has been broken down into a series of interactions between abstract module classes, and the user can simply plug in each desired module implementation (or implement one from scratch) to customize any stage of the simulation process.
Version 1.2.7
Project Started 2018
Last Release 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Homepagehttps://github.com/niemasd/FAVITES
Citations Moshiri N, Ragonnet-Cronin M, Wertheim JO, Mirarab S, FAVITES: simultaneous simulation of transmission networks, phylogenetic trees and sequences., Bioinformatics, 06-01-2019 [ Abstract, cited in PMC ]
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Detailed Attributes
Attribute CategoryAttribute
Target
Type of Simulated Data
Variations
Simulation Method
Input
Data Type
File format
Output
Data Type
Sequencing Reads
File Format
Sample Type
Phenotype
Trait Type
Determinants
Evolutionary Features
Demographic
Population Size Changes
Gene Flow
Spatiality
Life Cycle
Mating System
Fecundity
Natural Selection
Determinant
Models
Recombination
Mutation Models
Events Allowed
Other
Interface
Development
Tested Platforms
Language
License
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