Genstat is a comprehensive statistical system. The Windows implementation has menus to cover virtually all the standard statistical analyses. Alternatively, you can type commands to use any of the standard directives in the Genstat language, or of any of the procedures in the Genstat Procedure Library. The commands share a common syntax, and can even be used as a programming language to implement non-standard analyses. To view any topic, click the underlined text.

Further information is available about:

**The Genstat language**

Syntax

Glossary of terms

Terminology

List of commands (combined list of directives and Library procedures)

List of directives

List of procedures

List of functions for expressions

List of functions for formulae

Genstat faults

**Commands associated with:**

Data structures

Program control

Data handling

Input and output

Calculations and manipulation

Graphics

Basic and nonparametric statistics

Exact tests

Regression analysis

Analysis of variance

Design of experiments

REML analysis of linear mixed models

Multivariate and cluster analysis

Time series

Repeated measurements

Survival analysis

Bayesian methods

Spatial statistics

Six sigma

Survey analysis

Data mining

Statistical genetics and QTL estimation

Microarray data

Ecological data

**Function types**

Summary functions

Transformations

Probability functions

Random numbers

Date and time functions

Vector functions

Matrix functions

String functions

Table functions

Tree functions

Subset functions

Treatment functions

Regression functions

Constant functions

Graphics functions

Image functions