GenStat 9th Edition

GenStat 9th Edition is intended to help scientists, researchers, and analysts understand their data and cope with increasingly large data sets.

The package is both powerful and flexible, combining out-of-the-box functionality with a programming capability for the more experienced user.

GenStat 9th Edition offers new menus, commands and functions including: complex surveys, diversity statistics, split-line regression, screening tests for unbalanced data, multi-tiered ANOVA and Bayesian analyses using the DEMC algorithm. Users can also do permutation and exact tests for regression, generalised linear models, analysis of variance and nonparametric analyses.


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