BLUPS for ANOVA
Want to calculate and save the BLUPs for the block effects in your ANOVA? – well, now you can! Previously you could only get BLUPs for block effects from the REML analysis. In Genstat 21, you can get them from an ANOVA analysis too.
Contrasts in ANOVA
Learn how to incorporate treatment contrasts into an analysis of variance (ANOVA).
Pairwise multiple comparison tests for ANOVA
Learn how to perform multiple comparison tests following an analysis of variance.
Analysis of variance by ANOVA, regression or REML
Which method of analysis should you use? Let Genstat examine your data and select the best method for you.
Sometimes you’ll have a situation where a factor you want to analyse can’t be changed as easily as your other factors. The split-plot design provides a solution to this problem.