Discussion on the meeting on ‘ Statistical modelling and analysis of genetic data

@inproceedings{Balding2002DiscussionOT,
  title={Discussion on the meeting on ‘ Statistical modelling and analysis of genetic data},
  author={David J. Balding},
  year={2002}
}
David J. Balding .Imperial College School of Medicine, London/ I extendmy apologies to the authors that an unavoidable commitment arising unexpectedly in the 18 hours before the meeting robbed me of my final preparation, so that my comments at the meeting were poorly presented. I shall try to do a better job in this written version, and to leave enough space I shall omit my introductory comments about the role of statisticians in bioinformatics. 

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