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From: <arthur.gilmour_at_DPI.NSW.GOV.AU>
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 12:23:43 +1000

Dear Rohan,

It appears to be a problem with the end of the .as file.

After the model line are 50+ blank lines and then some of the factor names
are listed again.

So, ASReml ignores the blank lines and reads


as the variance header line

and then takes the specification of the R structure from


whuch are defined and have 1 column each (hence R structure is of size 1)

The 50 blank lines makes it look as if the file has ended.

So, if you actually want to keep this list here,
insert the line

0 0 0

after the model, and the job will run.

Since the terms in the model are all covariates by the way they are
declared, the lin() model function is redundent.

May Jesus Christ be gracious to you,

Arthur Gilmour, His servant .

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