Re: Re Field testing

From: Bruce Southey <southey_at_UIUC.EDU>
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 08:11:55 -0600

Many thanks for the answers.

Glad to see that the generalized linear models documentation is now back in the
beta-version of the manual even though these would work in prior versions of


---- Original message ----
>Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 13:59:10 +1100
>From: Arthur Gilmour <arthur.gilmour_at_AGRIC.NSW.GOV.AU>
>Subject: Re Field testing
>Dear Bruce,
>Thanks for the notice.
>Is there any change in the number of variance components that can be
>*** It is set at a max of 1500 in ASReml 1.62
> Many more than that is not reasonable with the current structure.
>I would like to analyze microarray data with some 5,000 to 15,000 variance
>components (i.e., one per gene) plus associated covariance components.
>this could be reduced to 500 to 1,000 genes as a lower limit.) Memory and
>are not the issue anymore.
>Also, will there be a 64-bit version for Linux?
>*** There have been several requests for such and it is likely to happen
>in the new year.
>Best wishes in the Name of Christ Jesus,
>the Saviour of all who believe.
>Arthur Gilmour PhD
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