What can be done here (also see the bottom of the page for detailed instructions)
  • Experiment should be in RBD

  • Heritability

  • Phenotypic variance

  • Genotypic Variance

  • CV

  • PCV

  • GCV

  • Phenotypic correlation

  • Genotypic Correlation

Prepare excel file by reading instruction below and then proceed to analysis

  • Experiment should be in Randomized Complete Block Design (RBD) or Completely Randomized Design (CRD)

In this web application, you only just need to upload the Excel file in CSV format. To Prepare excel file follow the instructions below

  • Open a new blank excel file

  • Copy and paste observations into a new sheet (use only one sheet) of a new excel file

  • Observations should be pasted as columns.

  • First column must be treatments!

  • Second column must be replication !

  • Rest of the column should be characters of interest

  • Don't type and delete anything on other cells without data. If so select those cells, right click and click clear contents

  • Give names to all column, Don't add any unnecessary columns that is not required for analysis

  • You can use any names for your columns. No space is allowed in the Column name. If space is required use underscore ‘_’ or ‘.’ full stop; for example ‘Variable name’ should be written as Variable_name or Variable.name

  • Data should be arranged towards upper left corner and row above the data should not be left blank.

  • Only one sheet is allowed in the uploading excel file

  • Once all these are done, your file is ready (Will look like the example given below). Now you have to save it as CSV file. It is very simple. Follow the instruction below.

How to save an excel file as CSV

  • File --> Save As --> (in the dialogue box appearing), select save as type: csv (comma delimited)

  • Now save your file in any name

  • After file preparation click on the analysis button above

  • Upload this file in to the application for ana

Final file would look like this!!

How to save your excel file as csv before proceeding for analysis?

click file --> save as