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GenStat 11

VSNi has released the 11th edition of its GenStat software.

GenStat has increased statistical and mathematical modelling capabilities with links to NAG routines. New statistical facilities include canonical correspondence analysis, factor analysis and a new design algorithm to form optimal factorial and fractional designs. Existing facilities have been extended too, for example to provide multinomial regression, robust variogram estimates and least significant differences between REML means.

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