Record added by Jurg Ott (the original Rockefeller list)
Decay of Haplotype Sharing MAPping software
2.0 (October 18, 2001)
DHSMAP is a program for fine-mapping of qualitative traits by linkage disequilibrium. Given a set of marker haplotypes or genotypes from affected individuals, haplotypes or genotypes from appropriately selected controls, and a genetic map of the markers at which both sets of individuals are typed, DHSMAP estimates the location of the trait-associated variant by maximum likelihood or maximum quasi-likelihood.
Mary Sara McPeek (University of Chicago)
McPeek and Strahs (1999), “Assessment of linkage disequilibrium by the decay of haplotype sharing, with application to fine-scale genetic mapping”, American Journal of Human Genetics, 65(3):858-875