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  1. Data Input Component of CropGen International Consultancy for GCP Robert Koebner PhD Paul Brennan MAgrSC, PhD Consultants in Plant Breeding, Application of Biotechnology to Plant Breeding and Plant Intellectual Property Management CropGen International www.CropGenInternational.com

  2. Segment 1 Design and implement a data capture and storage system for all data generated in all GCP projects that allows for retrospective analysis across data sets

  3. Current GCP System All data is stored in the GCP Central Registry (CR) which is not a database and, therefore, does not conform to GCP management requirements to facilitate retrospective across data set reanalysis of data generated through GCP investment This will continue

  4. Proposal • Use crop specific ICIS for data storage • Use existing crop specific versions of ICIS where available • Create new versions where these do not currently exist • All data generated through GCP investment will be incorporated in these databases • GCP project partners are free to use other databases as well

  5. Proposal (Continued) • GCP will provide a data input “wizard” for completion by Principal Investigators (PIs) • GCP will arrange the data to be input into the crop specific ICIS using the wizard • CropGen will design the content for the wizard in consultation with potential users and Guy Davenport • Guy Davenport will do the software development • GCP Principal Investigators will not be expected to be ICIS literate

  6. Features of Stored Data • detailed project description • comprehensive environmental descriptors (emphasising drought) • unique germplasm descriptors • attribute descriptors that provide complete understanding of the method of measurement • plot data as well as analysed data

  7. Crop Species Will Include cassava maize chickpeas pearl millet common bean rice cowpea sorghum groundnut wheat potato sweet potato

  8. Segment 2 Provide GCP Management with a proposal for implementing electronic data capture for breeders of some of the above crop species who work in resource poor countries

  9. Components • determine if the target breeders want such a system • determine that such a system can interface with ICIS • identify the magnitude of interface problems • locate appropriate hardware • canvas software options and availability • develop an implementation strategy

  10. Purpose of attending this meeting • Determine the feasibility of the proposal • Identify as many issues as possible that have to be resolved • Develop options for addressing these issues

  11. GCP Management Principal Investigators Guy Davenport Group Contract Data Input Manual Genotype + trait list GCP Data Management (Draft) Data Input wizard + GIDs + traits “Completed” wizard CropGen Guy Davenport Group Principal Investigators “Completed” wizard Not Fully Complete wizard wizard Crop Specific ICIS GCP CR

  12. Principal Investigators Genotype + trait list “Guy Davenport” Group (Draft) Crop Specific ICIS Genotypes Traits Crop Specific ICIS Guy Davenport Group Query Traits Query GIDs Genotypes Present Traits present Data Entry Wizard Genotypes not present Traits not present Principal Investigators New Genotypes added New Traits Entered Trait Curation GID Curation

  13. Programming Language for Wizard Use excel with macros linked to ICIS Pro: This already exists Con: need to download & install ICIS, some institutes are thinking about outlawing excel macros for security reasons current version is not very user friendly and work would be need to get a wizard type interface

  14. Programming Language for Wizard Extend the current Java template program to generate the excel template Pro: this will be building on existing work Con: need some connection to ICIS (either local or remove) to get the existing and available traits, this will require some development work (This could be done at CIMMYT)

  15. Programming Language for Wizard Develop a new web interface for generating excel (workbook) templates from ICIS Pro: You would not need to download any ICIS database Con: This would be a completely new development project and you would need an internet connection (This could be done at CIMMYT or IRRI)