The What, the Why, the Where, and the How of Eagle
This is an introductory video on what is the Eagle package, why do we need Eagle, where can you download Eagle, and how is Eagle different to other genome-wide association mapping packages.
How to Organize your Input Data
In this video, we talk about how Eagle wants the data to be organised into a marker data file, a phenotype data file, an optional map file, and a Z matrix file (if needed). We give examples and discuss the attributes of each of these data files.
A Eagle tutorial for those familiar with R
In this tutorial video, we analyse GWAS data with the functionality contained within the Eagle R package. The data and R script are available for download in the links below. This is a good video to watch if you intend to use Eagle like a traditional R package.
Data files used in this video
|Rscript.R||Source commands for reading and analysing the demo data.||Download File|
|genoDemo.ped||Genotype data in PLINK ped format. 150 individuals by 4998 snp.||Download File|
|phenoDemo.dat||Phenotype data. 150 individuals. two traits (trait1, trait2) and four predictors||Download File|
|mapDemo.dat<||Map data. 4998 snp by 3 columns for snp name, chromosome, and map position||Download File|