GeneRecon is a software package for mapping linkage disequilibrium using coalescent theory. GeneRecon is a software package for mapping linkage disequilibrium using coalescent theory. GeneRecon project is based on a Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) to link small scale gene mapping using high density disequilibrium maps.GeneRecon markers explicitly models the genealogy of a sample of case chromosomes in the vicinity of a disease locus. Given case and control data in the form of genotype or haplotype information, said a number of parameters, most importantly, the position.GeneRecon disease is written in C + + and Guile Scheme and is available form of source code (under GNU General Public License GPL) and as binary versions as Linux RPM files.The source code has been successfully compiled on various Linux and UNIX, OS X and Windows with Cygwin.As I n 'have limited access to architectures other than Linux, it is not possible for me to make binary distributions for other platforms, but if someone is willing to strengthen distributions that I'm more' happy to put them on site.Installation: $ tar-zxf generecon version.tar.gz generecon CD-$ $. / Configure $ make $ make $ make check installUsage: GeneRecon is launched from the command line, input data and parameters for analysis are described in one or more configuration scripts written in the programming language Scheme. From GeneRecon with input.scm configuration script is as follows: $ generecon generecon input.scmRun - help for a complete list of options accepted command line by GeneRecon, or see Getting Started for a quick guide of execution GeneRecon.What 's New in this release: · This version corrects an incorrect prior to the coalescent tree which yielded an age of convergence for very long. · The patch greatly improves both the accuracy and the number of iterations needed for accurate mapping.