On Thu, 26 Aug 1999, Arthur Gilmour wrote:
I also concur with arthur. It is very good to move away from anoft.
I have some concerns about the methods available in that package.
There are several recent papers that you may like to read.
We can send you copies if you like
> A simple trap for beginners.
> When the variogram appears hit Esc, Enter or Click the Mouse.
> Do not kill (close) the graphics window as this kills ASREML
> before it has closed the output files.
> I'm sure you will find ASREML useful but there are many issues
> to face so do not hesitate to ask if you would like some feedback
> on the models you are fitting.
> > From: "GRAUSGRUBER HEINRICH" <email@example.com>
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 15:12:34 +0100
> > Subject: asreml
> > X-Confirm-Reading-To: "GRAUSGRUBER HEINRICH" <email@example.com>
> > X-pmrqc: 1
> > Dear Dr. Arthur Gilmour,
> > From time to time we have to deal with unreplicated trials.
> > Therefore, we used some time ago among others (Schwarzbach's
> > ANOFT) your old programme TwoD for the analyses. Now we
> > realized that a new programme, ASREML, with much more
> > possibilities was written by you and colleagues. We tried to
> > download and install this programme by anonymous ftp, however,
> > we have some problems: ASREML runs on our pc, produces
> > wonderful variograms, but there is no output. The *.asr file is
> > empty, the *.sln file is incomplete, etc.
> > So, we want to a ask you, if there is something special to be aware
> > of when downloading and installing asrwin.exe or something else
> > which might cause our empty output files.
> > Yours sincerely
> > Heinrich Grausgruber & Johann Vollmann
> > Dr. Heinrich Grausgruber
> > University of Agricultural Sciences
> > Dept. Plant Breeding
> > Gregor Mendel Str. 33
> > A-1180 Vienna, Austria
> > Fax: +43 1 47654 3342
> > Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Internet: http://ipp.boku.ac.at/pz/
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