Record added by Jurg Ott (the original Rockefeller list)
SimPed is a program that quickly generates haplotypes and/or genotype data for a large number of marker loci (>20,000) for pedigrees of virtually any size and complexity. Haplotypes and/or genotypes are generated using user specified genetic map distances and haplotypes and/or allele frequencies.
UNIX, MS-Window, Linux
Leal, Yan, Muller-Myhsok (2005), “SimPed: a simulation program to generate haplotype and genotype data for pedigree structures”, Human Heredity, 60(2):119-122.