The Rare Admixture Maximum Likelihood test is a method for carrying out an omnibus test of association between multiple rare variants and disease in case control studies (Tyrer, Guo, Easton and Pharoah, BMC Bioinformatics 2013, 14:177). The programme is implemented as a Windows command line executable (one for 32 bit windows and another for 64bit windows) and also a 64-bit Linux version. The download includes instructions on its use with some example data files.
Click here for Windows 32 bit zip file
Click here for Windows 64 bit zip file
Click here for 64-bit Linux tar file
For further information on RAML please contact Jonathan Tyrer.