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We wanted to test if our use of a DAG based data structure and layered layout approach would work with our barley pedigree data and would be accepted by our users. In order to do this a paper-based layout was implemented, overlaying basic character data on to the graph nodes represented by colour and sizing nodes based on the number of times they had been used in crosses in our data. In this prototype (which was implemented in Perl and the Graphviz dot library) our pedigree was modelled as graph nodes to represent plant lines and edges to show mating/parentage. While GraphViz has been used before in pedigree drawing , examples focus on a small number of individuals.While initially this prototype was run by users as a command-line computer program which generated images based on input _les and generated an image which could be viewed on their computer monitors it was decided that printing this static representation (2.5 m 1 m see Figure 4) would allow domain experts to better interact with the visualization. We overlaid, by means of colouring nodes, the winter/spring ecotype category on this dataset as (along with the 2-row/6-row ecotype) it is the most commonly used physiological means of differentiating barley varieties, and one that all of our test users were familiar with. This tool was also implemented as a web-service which allowed us to include static (but dynamically generated) pedigree representations within our internal barley information portal.
Through observation and talking to twelve geneticists and plant breeders while they interacted with our wall-mounted visualization it was clear that there were a number of issues associated with this implementation. Firstly, it was almost impossible to trace edges between nodes when the data was dense (even at a large output size) so we found ourselves falling back on examining text based records to confirm lineage. Secondly, it is incredibly challenging to quickly locate specific plant lines with this density of data. Commonly used lines are immediately identifiable due to the use of size to represent the number of uses in breeding crosses but these are not always what users are most interested in. Users used these larger nodes as reference points, almost as if they were notable points on a map [34, 35] and attempts at using slightly different layouts or orientations were not well received.
Helium showing genetic similarity data. Genetic similarity data is stored in our Germinate database (all-by-all pairwise comparisons) which is displayed to the user by selecting a base node then showing similarity of lines in relation to this node. When the user selects another node the new data is retrieved and displayed. A) A slider allows users to select a cut-off or the similarity values (45-100%) and the results are shows in a sortable table below. The histogram shows the data distribution for the selected line which is one of many indications on the quality of the data. Selecting a row from the table jumps to that line, then updates the visualization accordingly. B) Coloured nodes to show similarity to the base line, and node sizing to show the number of times a line has been used in subsequent crosses (the larger the node the greater the number times it has been used as a parent). C) When a line is selected from the main display only edges joining the selected edge with predecessors or ancestors are shown which reduces display clutter.
Pedigree visualization static prototype. This was one of our first attempts at visualizing our entire barley pedigree. The colours of nodes were used to distinguish between the winter/spring ecotype (red shows spring barley, blue shows winter barley and the cream coloured nodes are lines that are in both winter and spring pedigrees - qualitative data type) and node size to show the number of times the line has been used in crosses that have given rise to progeny that have been successful in National List trialling in the UK - quantitative data type. To the best of our knowledge this is the first time that a pedigree involving this number of commercially released lines has been brought together in one place and sparked interest with commercial plant breeders when they were presented with it.
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