resources

getting started

There are two versions of the asreml software, the standard "standalone" version and the version for R (ASReml-R).

publications

A listing of scientific publications for the group (to be added).

e-book

The e-book concept is driven by the need to provide users of linear mixed effects models with a free and easily accessible reference. The e-book is written around real examples but covers relevant theory for each application. Chapters will be updated if necessary, while new ones added over time. The e-book (and this site) presents a new approach which contrasts the philosophy of much free software which is accompanied by expensive books and courses to help with the appropriate implementation of the ideas.

working papers

This is a full listing of working papers submitted to mm-onTAP.

course material

Course material (slides, scripts, data) for a wide range of courses, both current and past.

This is the place to access course material from current and past courses. Click on a column heading in the table below to sort the table by that column.

We intend here to present course material from current and past courses. Historical course material is currently stored at austatgen by course name.

We intend to
* work for a consistent structure with our course material
* organize and sanitize it

This is a list of past and upcoming courses run by the on-TAP team and others.

manuals

This consists of installation guides, ASReml-R reference cards, a growing list of user contributed How-tos and the full user manuals.

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