Evaluating the VIPER pedigree visualisation: Detecting inheritance inconsistencies in genotyped pedigrees

@article{Paterson2011EvaluatingTV,
  title={Evaluating the VIPER pedigree visualisation: Detecting inheritance inconsistencies in genotyped pedigrees},
  author={Trevor Paterson and Martin Graham and Jessie B. Kennedy and Andy Law},
  journal={2011 IEEE Symposium on Biological Data Visualization (BioVis).},
  year={2011},
  pages={119-126}
}
VIPER (Visual Pedigree Explorer) is a tool for exploring large complex animal pedigrees and their associated genotype data. The tool combines a novel, space-efficient visualisation of the pedigree structure with an inheritance-checking algorithm. This allows users to explore the apparent errors within the genotype data in the full context of the family and pedigree structure. Ultimately, the aim is to develop an interactive software application that will allow users to identify, confirm and… CONTINUE READING

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