Parameters | Genetics | Minimum X Chromosome Heterozygosity for Females

Minimum X Chromosome Heterozygosity for Females
Use this feature to specify the minimum X-chromosome heterozygosity an individual can have to be classified as a genetic female. Individuals with more than this level of heterozygosity are considered female. By default, this parameter is set to 15.
This value must be greater than or equal to the value specified as the Maximum X Chromosome Heterozygosity for Males.
To Specify the Minimum Allowable Heterozygosity for Females:
Tip: To change the scale of the slider, right-click on the slider and select Rescale Slider from the pop-up menu. Change the upper and/or lower boundaries in the window that appears, to rescale the slider and click OK.