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Introduction

The trait values that you enter are statistically compared with verified genotypes collected at a set of microsatellite markers in each RI set. The markers are drawn from a set of over 750, but for each set redundant markers have been removed, preferentially retaining those that are most informative.

These error-checked RI mapping data match theoretical expectations for RI strain sets. The cumulative adjusted length of the RI maps are approximately 1400 cM, a value that matches those of both MIT maps and Chromosome Committee Report maps. See our full description of the genetic data collected as part of the WebQTL project.

About Your Data

You can open a separate window giving the number of strains for each data set and sample data.

None of your submitted data is copied or stored by this system except during the actual processing of your submission. By the time the reply page displays in your browser, your submission has been cleared from this system.

Trait Submission Form

  1. Choose cross or RI set:

STEP 1

Select the cross or recombinant inbred set from the menu below. If you wish, paste data or select a data file in the next sections

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  2. Enter Trait Data:

STEP 2

From a File: You can enter data by entering a file name here. The file should contain a series of numbers representing trait values. The values can be on one line separated by spaces or tabs, or they can be on separate lines. Include one value for each progeny individual or recombinant inbred line. Represent missing values with a non-numeric character such as "x". If you have chosen a recombinant inbred set, when you submit your data will be displayed in a form where you can confirm and/or edit them. If you enter a file name here, any data that you paste into the next section will be ignored.

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By Pasting or Typing Multiple Values:You can enter data by pasting a series of numbers representing trait values into this area. The values can be on one line separated by spaces or tabs, or they can be on separate lines. Include one value for each progeny individual or recombinant inbred line. Represent missing values with a non-numeric character such as "x". If you have chosen a recombinant inbred set, when you submit your data will be displayed in a form where you can confirm and/or edit them. If you enter a file name in the previous section, any data that you paste here will be ignored. Check sample data for the correct format.

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  3. Options:

STEP 3

Enable Use of Trait Variance:
You may use your trait variance data in WebQTL, if you check this box, you will be asked to submit your trait variance data later

Name Your Trait (optional)

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