Maize HapMapV3.2.1 genotypes (without imputation, AGPv3)

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The HapMapV3 study used whole genome sequence data from 1210 maize lines. From these data, genotypes were called for 83 million SNPs (30 million SNPs marked with "LLD" are high confidence markers). These are files without imputation. The merged_flt_c*vcf.gz files are smaller, they have DP (read depth) but have no GL (genotype likelihood) for each genotype. The c*_hmp321_withGL.vcf.gz files have the GL tag. Users from China please download from this link:

[Citation] Bukowski et al. (2018) Gigascience. 2017 Dec 30. doi: 10.1093/gigascience/gix134. [Epub ahead of print]

File NameDescriptionRef.ChrFormatRelease DateSize
merged_flt_c1.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv31VCF3/3/201614.74GB
merged_flt_c2.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv32VCF3/3/201611.15GB
merged_flt_c3.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv33VCF3/3/201611.08GB
merged_flt_c4.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv34VCF3/3/201611.85GB
merged_flt_c5.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv35VCF3/3/20169.70GB
merged_flt_c6.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv36VCF3/3/20167.69GB
merged_flt_c7.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv37VCF3/3/20168.09GB
merged_flt_c8.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv38VCF3/3/20167.80GB
merged_flt_c9.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv39VCF3/3/20167.23GB
merged_flt_c10.fixed.vcf.gz AGPv310VCF3/3/20167.01GB

[CyVerse Data Store file path*]: /iplant/home/shared/commons_repo/curated/Qi_Sun_Zea_mays_haplotype_map_2018/hmp321_unimputed/
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