Record added by Jurg Ott (the original Rockefeller list)
Suite of Nucleotide Analysis Programs
The exploration of DNA sequence variation for making inferences on evolutionary processes in populations requires the coordinated implementation of a Suite of Nucleotide Analysis Programs (SNAP), each bound by specific assumptions and limitations. We have developed a workbench tool to make existing population genetic software more accessible and to facilitate the integration of new tools for analyzing patterns of DNA sequence variation, within a phylogenetic context. Collectively, SNAP tools can serve as a bridge between theoretical and applied population genetic analysis.
Ignazio Carbone (North Carolina State Univ)
Aylor, Price, Carbone (2006), “SNAP: Combine and Map modules for multilocus population genetic analysis”, Bioinformatics, 22(11):1399-1401.