GENUP (by Kinghorn, B.). Computer aided learning for quantitative genetics. Univ. of New England, Dept of Animal Science, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia. Software downloaded free at: -personal.une.edu.au/~bkinghor/genup.htm
Breeding View (BV) is statistical analysis software that accompanies the Breeding Management System. BV is a collaboration with between the Integrated Breeding Platform and VSNi, the makers of the Genstat statistical package. BV is an extremely user friendly statistical software that allows breeders to quickly access their results. Trial data exported from the Breeding Management System v4.0 is perfectly formatted for analysis by BV.
The 184.108.40.20606 version of Breeding View is available as a free download on our software library. The software is categorized as Photo & Graphics Tools. This free software is an intellectual property of VSN International Ltd. This download was checked by our built-in antivirus and was rated as clean. The latest installer that can be downloaded is 21.4 MB in size.
Breeding View is statistical analysis software that accompanies the Breeding Management System. BV is a collaboration with between the Integrated Breeding Platform and VSNi, the makers of the Genstat statistical package. BV is an extremely user friendly statistical software that allows breeders to quickly access their results.
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The software was written in a Python script, version 2.7 (Additional file 3) . This allowed for rapid prototyping and quick implementation of the sensor readings. When the Raspberry Pi was booted, the software first polled the system bus for the sensors and added them to a list, which allowed for more sensors to be connected to the system. Next, the signal pin of the solid-state relay was set-up via software for toggling: otherwise, the pin would either be on or off. Then, the data log file was opened and a blank line was appended to delimit the start of a new session of logging. This log file was in comma separated value format for easy importing to Microsoft Excel or any other spreadsheet program. 2b1af7f3a8