Example of infile structure for the plotshpcreat function. Contains the preperation file used to design the CS17-G2FE experiment, which contains 594 two row plots and 1188 observations.
A dataframe containg the preperation file used to design the CS17-G2FE experiment, which contains 594 two row plots and 1188 observations.
We recommend have repeated Barcodes and Plot numbers if there are multirow plots (mrowplot>1) as the plotshpcreatre function accounts for this redundance within the function. [,1] Loc An abbreviation to identify the trial location and year (character) [,2] Test An abbreviation to define the trial name (character) [,3] Plot The number of each plot (numeric) [,4] Barcode A unique identifier for each plot (character) [,5] Stock The seed source which is planted in each plot (character) [,6] Pedigree Information defining the lineage of the seed source (character) [,7] Entry An additional unique identifer commonly used to track consistent pedigrees from different seed stocks (numeric) [,8] Rep The replicate number of each plot (numeric) [,9] Range The range [also called row] number of each plot in the experimental grid (numeric) [,10] Row The row [also called column] number of each plot in the experimental grid (numeric)
Only Range, Row, Plot, and Barcode variables are necessary for the the proper execution of plotshpcreate, but additional columns may be included in the dataframe.
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