I am Research Director at INRA Toulouse in the GenPhySE unit, at the Animal Genetics department. My work is related to quantitative genetics and genetic evaluation of livestock. E-mail me at andres dot legarra at inrae dot fr .
I did my PhD in Neiker with Eva Ugarte and I did a postdoc at the Animal and Dairy Science Department at the University of Georgia, with Ignacy Misztal and Keith Bertrand.
This is my new, non-fancy web page created with markdown and MacDown.
You can find in this page links to
I have developed my own programs
and helped in others’ people programs:
…and Associate Editor of Genetics Selection Evolution
…and I chat in Acteon
This is a course that is taught every two years at UGA, with materials of the 2018 edition . I often teach a part of it. Some materials that we have constructed for this course include notes Bases for Genomic Prediction in pdf , in epub , and in single-file html (but without the Appendix) formats.
In our POCTEFA grant that what called Genomia, we wrote a document with the state of the art of dairy sheep selection across the Pyrenees. You can find it here.
I have written a tutorial, here on the use of metafounders to analyse crossbred data with the [blupf90][wiki](http://nce.ads.uga.edu/wiki/doku.php?id=start) suite using SSGBLUP. The tutorial is conceived for 3-way crosses but the ideas inside can be used (easily) for 2- or 4-way crosses or (a bit more difficult) for complex crosses like in sheep. This work has been financed by Smarter.
Really nothing very sophisticated.
Taught by Miguel Angel Toro, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid at GenPhySE, INRA Toulouse March 14-17, 2017. Slides are here.
Taught by Toni Reverter, CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Brisbane, Australia at GenPhySE, INRA Toulouse, Nov 19-23, 2018. All slides are here.
and, in English:
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