Displays further output from a `REML`

analysis.

### Options

`PRINT` = string tokens |
What output to present (`model, components, effects, means, stratumvariances, monitoring, vcovariance, deviance, Waldtests` , `missingvalues` , `covariancemodels` ); default `mode` , `comp` , `Wald` , `cova` |
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`CHANNEL` = identifier |
Channel number of file, or identifier of a text to store output; default current output file |

`PTERMS` = formula |
Terms (fixed or random) for which effects or means are to be printed; default `*` implies all the fixed terms |

`PSE` = string token |
Standard errors to be printed with tables of effects and means (`differences` , `estimates` , `alldifferences` , `allestimates` , `none` ); default `diff` |

`CFORMAT` = string token |
Whether printed output for covariance models gives the variance matrices or the parameters (`variancematrices` , `parameters` ); default `vari` |

`FMETHOD` = string token |
Controls whether and how to calculate F-statistics for fixed terms (`automatic` , `none` , `algebraic` , `numerical` ); default `auto` |

### Parameter

REML save structures |
Save structure containing the details of each analysis; default is to take the save structure from the latest `REML` analysis |
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### Description

The `VDISPLAY`

directive allows further output to be produced from one or more `REML`

analyses without having to repeat all the calculations.

Information from a `REML`

analysis can be stored using the parameter `SAVE`

in the `REML`

statement for use in the `SAVE`

parameter of `VDISPLAY`

. Several `SAVE`

structures can be specified, corresponding to the analyses of several different variates. By default, the save structure for the last y-variate analysed is saved automatically and used by `VDISPLAY`

.

The options of `VDISPLAY`

are the same as those that control output from `REML`

: `PRINT`

, `PTERMS`

, `PSE`

, `CFORMAT`

and `FMETHOD`

, plus the `CHANNEL`

option which allows output to be directed to another output channel or into a text structure. The available settings of `PRINT`

are identical to those in `REML`

. For example, the commands

`VCOMPONENTS [FIXED=Nitrogen*Variety] RANDOM=Block/Wplot/Splot`

`REML [PRINT=model,wald,components] Yield`

`VDISPLAY [PRINT=effects]`

print the effects for the fixed terms after the analysis, without having to re-run the algorithm.

Options: `PRINT`

, `CHANNEL`

, `PTERMS`

, `PSE`

, `CFORMAT`

, `FMETHOD`

.

Parameter: unnamed.

### See also

Directives: `REML`

, `VCOMPONENTS`

, `VSTRUCTURE`

, `VRESIDUAL`

, `VPREDICT`

, `VKEEP`

, `VSTATUS`

.

Procedures: `VAIC`

, `VCHECK`

, `VGRAPH`

, `VPLOT`

, `VDFIELDRESIDUALS`

, `VFUNCTION`

, `VHERITABILITY`

, `VLSD`

, `VMCOMPARISON`

, `VRCHECK`

, `VTCOMPARISONS`

.

Commands for: REML analysis of linear mixed models.

### Example

" Example REML-2: Analysis of covariance" FILEREAD [NAME='%gendir%/examples/REML-2.DAT']\ Block,Treat,Y,X; FGROUP=yes,yes,no,no CALCULATE X = X-MEAN(X) " Analysis of covariance with recovery of inter-Block information " VCOMPONENTS [FIXED=Treat+X] RANDOM=Block REML [PRINT=components,vcovariance] Y; SAVE=s1 " Analysis with no recovery of inter-Block information " VCOMPONENTS [FIXED=Treat+X+Block] REML [PRINT=components,vcovariance] Y; SAVE=s2 " Analysis ignoring covariate " VCOMPONENTS [FIXED=Treat] RANDOM=Block REML [PRINT=components,vcovariance] Y; SAVE=s3 " Display results " VDISPLAY [PRINT=components,effects; PSE=differences; PTERMS=Treat] s1,s2,s3