Thesis Seminar: webPDC, online application for calculation of PDC crosses
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Thesis Seminar: webPDC, online application for calculation of PDC crosses Thesis Seminar: webPDC, online application for calculation of PDC crosses Presentation Transcript

  • Development of Web BasedSoftware for Generation and Analysis of Partial Diallel Crosses Thesis Seminar
  • DemonstrationSoftware designIntroductionUtility of softwareFeatures ofArchitectureObjectives software
  • Advancements in the internet technology front haveexpanded the potential for Statistical Software.An online software allows researchers quick andconvenient work environment.
  • Further, web based applications needs to exchangethe information with each other.So, it is required to develop web services to allowdifferent statistical web applications to talk to eachother, share services among themselves.
  • Keeping in pace with the advancement in thestatistical software technologies, there is need todevelop web based software in agriculture researchalso.The breeding experiments for plants and animalsinvolve two types of designs, namely (1) Mating designs (2) Environmental designs.Diallel and partial diallel cross plans are two of thecommonly used mating designs.
  • In a complete diallel cross (CDC) plan, as the numberof lines increases, the number of crosses increasesrapidly resulting in difficulty to handle all of themeffectively.Hence, it is always desirable to go for a sample of allpossible crosses, which is known as partial diallelcrosses (PDC).There are many different ways of approaching theproblem of sampling a diallel cross.
  • In one, the association schemes of a partiallybalanced incomplete block (PBIB) design are used inconstructing the PDC plans.The second approach involves developing a PDCbased on circulant structure.Third approach for sampling the diallel cross, theaverage variance over all the comparisons isminimized.
  • Packages available for generation and analysis ofpartial diallel crosses are either stand-aloneapplications or are based on circulant plans.The packages like SPSS, SAS, etc. can be used forcarrying out analysis but do not provide layout plansof PDC.A web based software is required for generation andanalysis PDC plans based on the associationschemes of PBIB designs
  • To develop a web based softwareTo generation partial diallelfor test and validate the software analysis of of partial diallelcrosses
  • webPDCWeb Help Associates PDC plans Analysis Site map services Home
  • PDC plans PBIB[ PBIB[ 2] 3]webPDC GroupHome square Extended Latin Triangular Circular Rectangular Nested G.D. Circular divisible triangular
  • Associates PBIB[ PBIB[ 2] 3] Group ExtendedLatin square Triangular Circular Rectangular Nested G.D. Circular divisible triangular
  • Web services Associates PDC plans AnalysisPBIB[2]CircularTriangularLatin squareGroup divisible First associate Second associate First associate Second associate First associate Second associate First associate Second associate
  • Web servicesPDC plans Analysis Associates PBIB[3] Nested Rectangular CircularG.D. Extended triangular First associate Second associate Third associate First associate Second associate Third associate First associate Second associate Third associate First associate Second associate Third associate
  • Web servicesPDC plans Analysis Associates PBIB[2] Circular Triangular Latin square Group divisible First associate Second associate First associate Second associate First associate Second associate First associate Second associate
  • Web servicesPDC plans Analysis Associates PBIB[3] Extended triangular Nested Rectangular CircularG.D. First associate Second associate Third associate First associate Second associate Third associate First associate Second associate Third associate First associate Second associate Third associate
  • Client(s)CSIL Web Services ApplicationSSAL ServerDBL Data Database Database Store(s) Fig : Three-tier Client and Server Architecture
  • MicrosoftAccess
  • HTTP Web Server with .asmx Web Server PagesWeb browser with .aspx LL HbbLL H HHHH H H Pages H HHHH H H HHHH H HHH HH HH HHHH H F H FFFF HHHH H HTTP F H FFFF HHHH H FFFF FFFF HH FF FFF FF dfHH FFF FFFF FFFF dfbbFF EXE XMLP HTTP PROXY XML Client Server Service Fig. Web Service Execution Model
  • New user registrationUserpassword Forgot Management Change passwordPDC plans generation Easyformatted results Tab for user evaluation
  • Analysis Anova table presentation Easy for user evaluation Easy for user evaluationAssociates generation Tab formatted result Uploading excel fileInput data management
  • Webtoservices association schemes are available as web servicesPlatform integrate in applications Easy plans, analysis and PDC and language independent Excel future referencecan be saved in excel sheet Ease for sheet generation PDC plans and analysisHelpmapSample data downloadSite
  • webPDC provides online generation and analysisof partial diallel crosses for easy accessibility by theexperimenters, researchers, teachers and students.webPDC Web Services are created forgeneration and analysis of PDC that can be utilizedby other applications.