Recently detected bugs fixed model function rrdi(Exp) is treated as shorthand so that rrd2(Exp).grm(Geno) is replaced by rr2(Exp).grm(Geno) + diag(Exp).grm(Geno). This is a sparser formulation of a factor analytic model that the equivalent xfa2(Exp).grm(Geno).
Patches and recent notes
The GRM !TRIM option has been reviewed and improved. Other small bugs have been fixed. You can access my annual family newsletter at www.cargovale.com.au/Christmas2023.pdf May you experience the grace of God through Jesus Christ in 2024.
I wish all who read this a Happy Christmas, rejoicing that Jesus will return and bring Peace to earth when Israel acknowledges He is their Messiah. This build has recently discovered bugs fixed and runs a little faster on larger jobs. I recommend you upgrade, […]
Fixed bug of not reinitializing Qualifiers when cycling through models using !RE(NAME/RUN) Default equation ordering improved
Add !SPLIT qualifier to PREDICT statementThis splits the .epv file into multiple files indexed by thePREDICT statement number (xx), writing the primary predict tableto a file …_PCT_ii.epv and all other associated output to a file…_PCH_ii.epv. The PVT file can be easily loaded into R or […]
The equation ordering algorithm has been updated which should allow larger jobs to run faster.
Improved equation ordering for GRM models Miscellaneous bug fixes and improved coding checks.
Form GRM matrix from marker (.grr) file as per ASReml code including Additive, Dominance and A*A, A*D and D*D relationship matrices. A Revised GBLUP and QTL document in Resources section discusses most of the GBLUP and QTL options in ASReml and/or Echidna Fixed bug calculating […]
<pedigree file> !SAVE fix error in writing .aif file <GRM file> !HINV <filename> added !HSKIP qualifierFixed bug processing !CYCLE 1:10
Every good gift is ultimately from God through Jesus Christ.Do not neglect to thank Him. I wish you His grace and peace in 2023. The main fix in build 1.73 is in fitting the model term xfa1(Loc).Geno.xfa1(Year) Remember to update every six months at least. […]