Pedigree pages explained
September 13, 2020 at 1:49 am #15437KeymasterJudith Bos@thpregistry
The pedigree pages are very extensive in their information, if you are able to keep them up-to-date. In this post, the different information tabs are explained and you will be guided on how to read them properly.
Title & picture
When opening a pedigree page from an animal, it will show the title and subtitle first. These exists of the breeders herd name and the animals pedigree name. Below that, you will find a default pedigree picture, which us can replace using the submission forms on the bottom of every pedigree page. To do this, use the option “Add picture”. It won’t add the picture directly, as pedigree pages are processed manually. this will usually take up to 2 days to process.
Under the animals picture, there’s a space that shows the index information like the calling name of an animal (nickname), birth date, gender, EMS code, last known owner, mothers pedigree name, fathers pedigree name, registry number, breeders herd name and the date of the last update on the pedigree. If applicable, this area will also show decease date and C.O.D. There’s also a link towards the explanation about EMS codes.
Underneath the index information you find multiple tabs with different pieces of data to give more detailed information about an animal. The tabs all have their own specific purpose which is explained below.
The pedigree tab shows the pedigree of the animal. On the left it starts with the registered animal, then to the right the parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents. Each cell within the pedigree shows the pedigree name of the animal or ancestor with an embedded link to that animals pedigree page, the registry number of the animal, the EMS code, the birth date and if applicable also the decease date.
- Genetic statistics
The genetic statistics tab shows any genetic information about the animal. This includes the genetic code, the inbreeding coefficient (COI), Ancestor Loss Coefficient (AVK), Equivalent Complete Generations (ECG) and the Pedigree Completeness (PC). It also shows a link to the explanation about these genetic statistics.
- Verification & rights
The verification and rights tab shows if an animal has breeding rights, is pet only, retired or deceased in the left column. In the right column the verification status of the pedigree is listed. Both columns have an explanation about their statuses beneath each stamp.
- Health screenings & Weights
The health screenings and weights tab shows two columns. The left displaying health screenings and issues, the right displaying weights. Both display the dates of the notes.
- Show results
If you join in shows with your animals and you win a prize (f.e.: 1st place best of show, males up to 6 months), then you can add your show results to this tab. It will display a ribbon indicating the grade of the prize (1st, 2nd, 3rd), name of the show, date of the show, prize name, notes and a link to the predicament.
The relatives tab, shows which animals are related to the animal you’re looking at. The left column shows animals with the same parents. the right side shows any descendants.
Edit the pedigree page
Underneath the tabs, you’ll see a title saying “Edit this pedigree”, followed by a few tabs displaying different forms to allow you to edit your pedigrees. Each tab has its own function.
- Edit Owner
This form allows you to edit the owner of an animal. You can also edit the breeding rights from f.e. breeding rights to pet only or retired.
- Color calculation
If you are planning a litter and want to know the COI, AVK, ECG, PC and possible colors and patterns within the litter, than this form will be useful to you. With this form we don’t simply give you the inbreeding information, but also all genetically possible colors and patterns that might arise. And the more you use this form, the more accurate the prediction becomes as we update the genetic strings of the animals involved as well as the hoglets born from this combination.
- Request information
A form that does what it says. You can request all sorts of information on the animal that might not be fully included in the online pedigree. You will receive the information in a PDF file.
- Add picture
To add a picture of the hedgehog to the pedigree page, you can use this form to do so.
- Show results
If you’ve been to a show and want to display the results on the animals pedigree page, use this forms to add it to the page.
If you want to add a health screening or weight to the animals pedigree page, you can use this form. You can also use this form to reach out over any errors in the pedigree page due to the large text area.
- Deceased hedgehog
If your animal has passed away, you can use this form to register the decease date and C.O.D. The animals status will automatically change to “Deceased” after processing.
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