Video: Extended Edition: Bulk Computation of Inbreeding, Genome Uniqueness and Pedigree Completeness

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This video demonstrates the calculation of inbreeding, genome uniqueness and pedigree completeness for a breeding population using the Extended Edition.

This is also covered in the longer video 'Measures Of Genetic Diversity In Depth' Play Video

There is also a separate video which you are recommended to watch first that explains about the test data and how to set up a breeding pool.

0:52 The test data 3:26 Ancestral inbreeding coefficient 6:33 Adjusting columns
1:28 Starting the report 3:34 Genome uniqueness 6:42 Exporting results to a text/CSV file
2:36 Results window 4:28 Ordering the results 6:51 Information panel
3:05 Pedigree completeness 4:44 Genome uniqueness 2
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See Also: Inbreeding Play Video, Test Data And Defining The Breeding Pool Play Video, Ranking Prospective Matings In Depth Play Video, Measures Of Genetic Diversity In Depth Play Video, Ranking Matings By Inbreeding Play Video, Ranking Matings By Influence Play Video, Ranking Matings By Mean Kinship Play Video, Kinship Matrix Play Video, Computing Mean Kinships Play Video, Founder Analysis Play Video

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1. The ancestral inbreeding coefficient is computed using the method of Ballou, JD. ("Ancestral Inbreeding Only Minimally Affects Inbreeding Depression in Mammalian Populations", Journal of Heredity 1997, 8:169-178).
2. The pedigree completeness index is computed using the method of MacCluer et al ("Inbreeding and Pedigree Structure in Standardbreed Horses", Journal of Heredity 1983, 74:394-399).
3. Gene drop analysis and genome uniqueness is described in MacCluer et al ("Pedigree analysis by computer simulation", Zoo Biology 5, 147/160, 1986).