GenstatTM 5 Release 3 Reference Manual by R. W. PayneGenstatTM 5 Release 3 Reference Manual by R. W. Payne

GenstatTM 5 Release 3 Reference Manual

byR. W. PayneEditorGenstat 5 Committee

Paperback | April 1, 1986

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Genstat 5 Release 3 is the latest version of the well-known statistical system developed by practising statisticians at Rothamsted Experimental Station. It provides statistical summary, analysis, data-handling, and graphics for interactive or batch users, and includes a customizablemenu-based interface. Genstat is used worldwide on personal computers, workstations, and mainframe computers by statisticians, research workers, and students in all fields of application of statistics. Release 3 contains many new facilities: the analysis of ordered categorical data: generalizedadditive models; combination of information in mulgti-stratum experimental designs; extensions to the REML (residual maximum-likelihood) algorithm for testing fixed effects and to cater for correlation strucgures between random effects; estimation of paramenters of statistical distributions; furtherprobability functions; simplified data input; and many more extensions, in high-resolution graphics, for calculations, and for manipulation. The Manual has been rewirtten for this release, including new chapters on Basic Statistics and REML, with extensive examples and illustrations.
Genstat 5 Committee is at AFRC Institute of Arable Crops Research, Harpenden, Herfordshire.
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Title:GenstatTM 5 Release 3 Reference ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:812 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0 inPublished:April 1, 1986Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198523122

ISBN - 13:9780198523123

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction, terminology, and syntax2. Data structures3. Input and output4. Data handling5. Programming in Genstat6. Graphical display7. Basic statistics8. Regression analysis9. Design and analysis of experiments10. REML estimation of variance components and analysis of unbalanced designs11. Multivariate and cluster analysis12. Analysis of time series13. Customizing and extending GenstatAppendix 1: List of Genstat directivesAppendix 2: Release 3[1] of the procedure libraryReferencesIndex