ASReml courses

From: <arthur.gilmour_at_DPI.NSW.GOV.AU>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 21:27:58 +1000

Dear ASReml users,

I have now received several apologies from people who would like to attend
an ASReml course but for one reason
or another cannot make the course to be held in England in 3 weeks (hosted
by VSN, see them for details).

Courses are usually arranged in response to requests from a group of users
in a region, so that the cost is split.
We also attempt to target courses to the interests of the participants as
best they can be ascertained beforehand.

Some groups have rn in house courses independent from courses presented by
the developers.

It normally takes about 6 months to organise a course (conception to

You are welcome to use the discussion list or forum to identify colleagues
who might join in such a venture.

In the meantime, new users can access audio associated with previous
course presentaions in the
ASReml tutorial available from VSN.

May Jesus Christ continue to be gracious to you,

Arthur Gilmour, His servant .
Mixed model regression mapping for QTL detection in experimental crosses.
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 51:3749-3764 at

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Received on Wed Sep 08 2008 - 21:27:58 EST

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