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 The INBREED Procedure

## Example 32.2: Pedigree Analysis

In the following example, an inbreeding analysis is performed for a complicated pedigree. This analysis includes computing selective matings of some individuals and inbreeding coefficients of all individuals. Also, inbreeding coefficients are averaged within sex categories. The result appears in Output 32.2.1.

```   data Swine;
input Swine_Number \$ Sire \$ Dam \$ Sex \$;
datalines;
3504 2200 2501  M
3514 2521 3112  F
3519 2521 2501  F
2501 2200 3112  M
2789 3504 3514  F
3501 2521 3514  M
3712 3504 3514  F
3121 2200 3501  F
;

title 'Least Related Matings';
proc inbreed data=Swine ind average;
var Swine_Number Sire Dam;
matings 2501 / 3501 3504 ,
3712 / 3121;
gender Sex;
run;
```

Note the following from Output 32.2.1:

• Observation 4, which defines Swine_Number=2501, should precede the first and third observations where the progeny for 2501 are given. PROC INBREED ignores observation 4 since it is given out of order. As a result, the parents of 2501 are missing or unknown.
• The first column in the "Inbreeding Averages" table corresponds to the averages taken over the on-diagonal elements of the inbreeding coefficients matrix, and the second column gives averages over the off-diagonal elements.

Output 32.2.1: Pedigree Analysis

 Least Related Matings

 The INBREED Procedure

 Inbreeding Coefficients of Individuals Swine_Number Sire Dam Coefficient 2200 . 2501 . 3504 2200 2501 . 2521 . 3112 . 3514 2521 3112 . 3519 2521 2501 . 2789 3504 3514 . 3501 2521 3514 0.2500 3712 3504 3514 . 3121 2200 3501 .

 Least Related Matings

 The INBREED Procedure

 Inbreeding Coefficients of Matings Sire Dam Coefficient 2501 3501 . 2501 3504 0.2500 3712 3121 0.1563

 Averages of Inbreeding Coefficient Matrix Inbreeding Coancestry Male X Male 0.0625 0.1042 Male X Female . 0.1362 Female X Female 0.0000 0.1324 Over Sex 0.0227 0.1313

 Number of Males 4 Number of Females 7 Number of Individuals 11

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