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    Genetic calculator

    Is there an online genetic calculator you would recommend?

    I only know about the one inMorpj market:

    https://www.morphmarket.com/c/reptil...ic-calculator/

    and the one available in Wolrd of ball pythons:

    http://www.worldofballpythons.com/wizard/
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    Re: Genetic calculator

    http://iansvivarium.com/punnett/

    The link will take you to a calculator that can be used for any species. IMO it is one of the better ones around because it can handle a problem with up to 4 different alleles in a given locus (2 alleles for the male and 2 entirely different alleles in the female). Most of the others can't handle more than a few species or more than 2 alleles per locus. That site also has a morph calculator for corn snakes.

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    Thanks for the genetic calculator. Is it possible to calculate like if you have lets say a 66% het vs a 100% het?
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    Re: Genetic calculator

    Quote Originally Posted by luizillo View Post
    Thanks for the genetic calculator. Is it possible to calculate like if you have lets say a 66% het vs a 100% het?
    All you have to do is to do 2 calculations one with a het the other one without because your animal is either het or it's not so it will either prove out or it will not.

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    Learning punnett squares allows you to do your own calculations

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    Re: Genetic calculator

    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla78 View Post
    Learning punnett squares allows you to do your own calculations
    This is true. And then you don't need an internet connection. However, only a masochist does a three or more gene pair genetics problem with a Punnett square. A calculator is much faster for that. Or if no internet connection is available, the forkline method is better than a Punnett square. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punnett_square

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