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 By Yutaka Masuda By Yutaka Masuda
  
-Renumf90 (version 1.145 or later) supports several methods to assign unknown-parent groups (UPGs) to missing ​parents.+Renumf90 (version 1.145 or later) supports several methods to assign unknown-parent groups (UPGs) to unknown ​parents.
 You can specify the method by ''​UPG_TYPE'',​ which takes one of the following keywords. You can specify the method by ''​UPG_TYPE'',​ which takes one of the following keywords.
  
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 The first 3 columns store the pre-renumbering pedigree (animal, sire, and dam), and the pedigree should have ''​0''​ for the unknown parent. The first 3 columns store the pre-renumbering pedigree (animal, sire, and dam), and the pedigree should have ''​0''​ for the unknown parent.
-The last 2 columns define groups to that the animal'​s parents belong.+The last 2 columns define groups to which the animal'​s parents belong.
 You need only 1 group code (either column 4 or 5) with ''​group''​ and ''​group_unisex'',​ but two groups with ''​group_sex''​. You need only 1 group code (either column 4 or 5) with ''​group''​ and ''​group_unisex'',​ but two groups with ''​group_sex''​.
 The group code can include any characters. The group code can include any characters.
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 With ''​group_unisex'',​ renumf90 assigns the same UPG code both to unknown sire and dam. With ''​group_unisex'',​ renumf90 assigns the same UPG code both to unknown sire and dam.
-For example in the above pedigree, ''​A1''​ will have the same UPG code both for its sire and dam.+For examplein the above pedigree, ''​A1''​ will have the same UPG code both for its sire and dam.
  
 With ''​group'',​ you have a separate UPG code for the unknown sire and dam. With ''​group'',​ you have a separate UPG code for the unknown sire and dam.
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 There is a case you need more flexibility. There is a case you need more flexibility.
-For example, you may want to assign a separate UPG code to missing ​dam for ''​A1''​ and ''​A2''​. +For example, you may want to assign a separate UPG code to the unknown ​dam for ''​A1''​ and ''​A2''​. 
-It is not possible to do it using one-group method (''​A1''​ and ''​A2''​ share the same group code ''​G1''​ that will assign the same UPG code to their dams).+It is not possible to do it using the one-group method (''​A1''​ and ''​A2''​ share the same group code ''​G1''​ that will assign the same UPG code to their dams).
  
 The keyword ''​group_sex''​ accepts 2 group-columns,​ and assigns separate UPGs to unknown sire and dam. The keyword ''​group_sex''​ accepts 2 group-columns,​ and assigns separate UPGs to unknown sire and dam.
undoc/renumf90.txt · Last modified: 2020/04/21 07:04 by yutaka