Tag Archives: GBLUP

Simplify Your GWAS & Genomic Prediction with SVS

Genome-Wide Association Studies

Join us for our upcoming webcast, Dec. 4 at 12pm EST, as we show how to simplify your GWAS & genomic prediction with SVS! SVS is a project-oriented program that manages and analyzes genomic datasets. This webcast will both statistically and visually explore the relationships among genetic variants within a cattle dataset. Even further, this webcast will evaluate genotypes with… Read more »

Compute Kinship Matrices & GBLUP on Very Large Sample Sets

Binary Data

Now available in SVS! Increasingly important in the analysis of the genotype to phenotype relationship is accurately accounting for the relatedness of samples. This is especially important to model correctly in plant and animal populations where man-directed breeding shapes the relationship structure. Along with trait association, one of the high-value use cases for genotyping animals and plants is to estimate… Read more »

Q&A from our December Genomic Prediction webcast

Our Genomic Prediction webcast in December discussed using Bayes-C pi and Genomic Best Linear Unbiased Predictors (GBLUP) to predict phenotypic traits from genotypes in order to identify the plants or animals with the best breeding potential for desirable traits. The webcast generated a lot of good questions as our webcasts generally do. I decided to begin to share these Q&A… Read more »

2014 in a Nutshell

      Andreas Scherer    December 30, 2014    No Comments on 2014 in a Nutshell

It’s cliche, I know, but wow…2014 flew by! And what a great year it was for the Golden Helix team – we made upgrades to both GenomeBrowse and SVS and released a brand new product – VarSeq! In April, we released GenomeBrowse 2.0, which was a reflection of our most frequent user requests. Users now have the ability to upload… Read more »