scatR is an R package that implements smoothed and continuous assignment testing (SCAT) of genetic samples. These methods allow a researchers to infer smoothed allele frequencies across space using a Bayesian Gaussian process model fit to samples with known origin. Additionally, the package implements methods for the probabilistic estimatation of the spatial origin of samples using their genotypes.
GESTE (GEnetic STructure inference based on genetic and Environmental data) is a Bayesian method to evaluate the effect that biotic and abiotic environmental factors (geographic distance, language, temperature, altitude, local population sizes, etc.) have on the genetic structure of populations. It can also be used to study spatial population processes, such as range expansions, by simply introducing longitude and latitude as the explanatory variables.
Kelviz is a graphing application designed to plot and annotate genetic data analysis results for easy review and publication. It is designed for use with Kelvin analysis results, but can make use of any data file that follows roughly the same conventions.
BALL-SNPgp is the extension of the proof-of-concept tool BALL-SNP, a software tool based on the Biochemical Algorithms Library (BALL), a molecular modeling framework, providing robust and sophisticated algorithms on structural bioinformatics. BALL-SNPgp enables the assessment of multiple non-synonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms (nsSNPs) in a single protein by visualizing the mutated residues within the wild type structure, collecting available pathogenicity information from different databases, predicting binding pockets, protein stability changes and pathogenicity, as well as performing a cluster analysis on comprised amino acid substitutions