GSR: Simulator - PhenotypeSimulator
|Short Description||flexible simulation of phenotypes from different genetic and non-genetic (noise) components.|
|Long Description||PhenotypeSimulator allows for the simulation of complex phenotypes under different models, including genetic variant effects and infinitesimal genetic effects (reflecting population structure) as well as correlated, non-genetic covariates and observational noise effects. Different phenotypic effects can be combined into a final phenotype while controlling for the proportion of variance explained by each of the components. For each component, the number of variables, their distribution and the design of their effect across traits can be customised.|
|Last Release||2 years, 4 months ago|
|Citations||Meyer HV, Birney E, PhenotypeSimulator: A comprehensive framework for simulating multi-trait, multi-locus genotype to phenotype relationships., Bioinformatics, 09-01-2018 [ Abstract, cited in PMC ]|
|Last evaluated||06-22-2021 (72 days ago)|
|Author verification||The basic description provided was derived from a website or publications by the GSR team and has not yet been verified by the simulation author. To modify this entry or add more information, propose changes to this simulator.|
|Type of Simulated Data||Phenotype,|
|Population Size Changes|
|Tested Platforms||Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Unix,|
|GSR Certification||Accessibility, Documentation, Support,|
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