The INBREED Procedure 
PROC INBREED Statement 
The options listed in Table 44.1 are available in the PROC INBREED statement.
Task 
Option 

Specify Data Sets 
DATA= 
OUTCOV= 

Control Type of Coefficient 
COVAR 
Control Displayed Tables 
AVERAGE 
IND 

MATRIX 

Specify Default Covariance Value 
INIT= 
Suppress Output 
INDL 
MATRIXL 

NOPRINT 
produces a table of averages of coefficients for each pedigree of offspring. The AVERAGE option is used together with the GENDER statement to average the inbreeding/covariance coefficients within sex categories.
specifies that all coefficients output consist of covariance coefficients rather than inbreeding coefficients.
names the SAS data set to be used by PROC INBREED. If you omit the DATA= option, the most recently created SAS data set is used.
displays the individuals’ inbreeding coefficients (diagonal of the inbreeding coefficients matrix) for each pedigree of offspring.
If you also specify the COVAR option, the individuals’ covariance coefficients (diagonal of the covariance coefficients matrix) are displayed.
displays individuals’ coefficients for only the last generation of a multiparous population.
specifies the covariance value cov if any of the parents are unknown; a value of 0 is assumed if you do not specify the INIT= option.
displays the inbreeding coefficient matrix for each pedigree of offspring.
If you also specify the COVAR option, the covariance matrices are displayed instead of inbreeding coefficients matrices.
displays coefficients for only the last generation of a multiparous population.
suppresses the display of all output. Note that this option temporarily disables the Output Delivery System (ODS). For more information on ODS, see Chapter 20, Using the Output Delivery System.
names an output data set to contain the inbreeding coefficients. When the COVAR option is also specified, covariance estimates are output to the OUTCOV= data set instead of inbreeding coefficients.
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