Below is a table with an overview of the available Bayz-R models. When this list says there exists a model 'bpl' this means the model can be used by calling the function 'bayz.bpl(data=...)', etc. When the 'variants' columns says there is an 'r' variant (for repeated observations), this means there is a function 'bayz.bplr(data=...)', etc. Further details on the models are explained below the table.
|mm1||basic uni-trait mixed model|
|bpl||r||Bayesian Power Lasso|
|bvs1||r||2-class Bayesian Variable Selection|
|bvs2||r||multi-class Bayesian Variable Selection|
|gf||Genomic Feature model|