On August 8th 2019 we did our first live-session. We focused on using the Advanced Search-function in IWDB and threw in some more tips on searching too. Watch it all here:
We have totally revamped the advanced search interface, allowing for a lot of searches that previously were impossible to perform while adding a more useful interface to search results.
Welcome to the IWDB companion site. We complement our Irish Wolfhound Pedigree database at iwdb.org. This is a repository for help on the main iwdb.org site. It’s an educational resource on pedigrees. It’s a blog with things we find interesting. We aim to provide useful information for users and researchers alike.
The show season is upon us. Did you know that iwdb.org works great on a mobile phone?
If you sit ringside and see a dog you like, just check it out in iwdb.org to see its breeding. Should the dog be missing, we would appreciate if very much if you notify us by email to email@example.com (a snap of the catalog page is great) or just add it with the Add a litter-function when you’re back at a computer
iwdb.org comes with it’s very own breed research tool. It will be developed further over the next few months to give you more tools to evaluate the state of the breed. The tool is designed to get relevant data for one or more countries in a certain timeframe.
Right now we are listing the number of litters born, average number of litters per year, average litter size, average and highest coefficient of inbreeding and the same for number of ancestors. All these data are plotted along a timeline so it’s easy to see how development has been. We are also listing origin of parents and the frequency of animals used in breeding.
The tool is available here: http://iwdb.org/research/
Feel free to contact us if there’s tools you really need, but we don’t have available yet.