Figure 6.

Improved VIPER interface following the first evaluation step - overview. Display of the same data analyzed as in Figure 1. Summarised information about markers and individuals is presented in separate tables within a collapsible tabbed pane and can be sorted by error metrics, name, etc.; the marker table is used to select a particular marker for display in isolation (see Figure 7). These tables replace the panel in Figure 1 containing visual controls, which are now added to two menu bars. The offspring row can now be separated by gender and the degree of incomplete data per individual is represented with a coloured outline (blue in this case). A floating window holding a detail view of one family is also shown.

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