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JMP Genomics for plant breeding analyses and prediction

jahndavik

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Jun 28, 2016

Hi,

I have been watching Russ Wolfinger's presentation on breeding analyses and prediction. Alas, I am not able to copy him on my own computer. I suspect that I miss some important stuff. For instance, I cannot copy how he sets up the 4-5 ridge regression analyses.

Are there written tutorials for the breeding stuff? I'd be happy to see that.

Thank you.

Jahn

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jahndavik

New Contributor

Joined:

Jun 28, 2016

Hi again,

I figured that one out myself :-) As far as I can understand, when setting up several models like Russ Wolfinger does in his tutorial, you have to press the 'Update Review' button for each model.

Still I haven't figured out how he does the model comparisons based on BLUPs. Can anyone help me here?

Thank you

Jahn

sbrlsi

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Jun 20, 2014

Hi Jahn,

First, find the "Cross Validation and Model Comparison" process in the JMP Genomics menu. The menu path to this process is: "Predictive Modeling >> Model Comparisons >> Cross Validation and Model Comparison". Once you reach this process, click on it to open the process window. In the new window, go to the "General" tab, where you will choose the folder that holds the setting files for the models you want to compare by clicking on "Choose" button for the "Folder of Setting Files" field. Choose the folder path where the setting files are located. If you used the "Predictive Model Review" process to create the setting files, then choose the output folder for the "Predictive Model Review" as the "Folder of Setting Files". At this point, you will see on the left panel all available setting files. Click and highlight all settings you want to run the cross validation and model comparison on and click on the arrow "-->" sign to send them to the right panel. You can set the output folder too in the General tab. Now, go the "Analysis" tab and choose the "Hold-Out Method" (a good one is the Random Partition), also choose the "Hold-Out Size, Specify as:" ("K for K-Fold or 1/K Hold-Out" is pretty standard, so you can use it). Next, set a number for "K for K-Fold or 1/K Hold-Out" (if you have sample size of 100 and choose K=4, then the data set will be split into four parts, in turn each one of them will be used as training data set, and the rest as test set). Finally, set a number for "Number of Random Hold-Out Iterations" (this the number of times the cross validation will be processed; the greater the better, however, it can be time consuming, so I would suggest trying out 5). You may leave all other options as default.


Good luck with your analyses!