Resampling QTL Effects in the QTL Sign Test Leads to Incongruous Sensitivity to Variance in Effect Size

@inproceedings{Rice2012ResamplingQE,
  title={Resampling QTL Effects in the QTL Sign Test Leads to Incongruous Sensitivity to Variance in Effect Size},
  author={Daniel P. Rice and Jeffrey P. Townsend},
  booktitle={G3},
  year={2012}
}
Allelic effects at quantitative trait loci (QTL) between lineages are potentially informative for indicating the action of natural selection. The QTL Sign Test uses the number of + and - alleles observed in a QTL study to infer a history of selection. This test has been constructed to condition on the phenotypic difference between the two lines in question… CONTINUE READING