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    Pedigree Display

    The program reads your simple data file and displays the full pedigree structure on the screen. Each animal is represented by its identity, or its name, or by its value for any of the traits in the data file. You can display a large pedigree of thousands of animals all on the screen at the one time. Data are overlapped on the screen for such large pedigrees, but in one mode an individual's information is highlighted as the mouse cursor passes over. You can ask to find an animal(s) by identity, or by merit or merit range for a given trait.

    A single click changes between fields in the data file, or displays just relatives (of chosen degree) of the animal clicked. With one more click you can then organise the pedigree picture to be most clear for just those animals. Animals of high merit can be shaded more brightly for numerical fields, giving quick access to those with high merit. You can also zoom into interesting parts of the pedigree (as in the example above), change the font displaying data, check for logical errors, alter the display of pedigree links and make other manipulations to give a suitable display.
    Inbreeding coefficients and BLUP estimates of breeding value can be calculated and added to the list of displayable data. The program can be useful for navigating around a pedigreed data set to get a feel for its structure and any problems it might contain. Embryo transfer matings are usually easy to spot. By shading fields and possibly sorting horizontally, phenotypic and EBV trends can be quite noticeable.
    Mate Selection

    A key new feature is the Mate Selection module MateSel, which brings together the tasks of selecting which individuals to select as parents, and the pattern of mate allocation that should be used. This is done in a manner that gives appropriate balance in achieving diverse objectives relating, for example, to genetic change in key traits, managing genetic diversity, paying attention to progeny inbreeding and progeny trait distributions, which individuals to collect semen or oocytes/embryos from, and keeping operating costs at a desired level.

    Help

    To get a feel for Pedigree Viewer before installing it, Click Here to download the Helpfile for viewing:
    [Note: Some users may see “Navigation to the webpage was canceled” in the right-hand pane after downloading. This is a safety feature for downloaded *.chm files. If this happens, you need to install the full application and then open the Helpfile from the Help menu.]

    Pedigree Viewer runs under Microsoft Windows XP/Vista. No version is available for Macintosh or Linux operating systems.

    [NOTE: This setup uses ClickOnce Deployment, which is possible because Pedigree Viewer is a simple, well-behaved application that does not, for example, write to the system registry. This means PV can be installed without administrator privileges. It does not install in the Program Files folder, but somewhere under C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Apps\... To locate this directory after the install: In the dialog box to open a new pedigree file, right-click on the folder textbox and select “Copy Address”. Then paste that into the address box of Windows Explorer to open the directory in which Pedigree.Exe resides.]
    You will find a shortcut to the program at the Start Menu, under the Pedigree Viewer folder. You might choose to copy this shortcut to your desktop. Once PV is launched, use the program's Help menu to get started.

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