Free software in education VSNi is proud to announce the launch of GenStat for Teaching and Learning – a new free product based on the current Genstat 13, but amended to make it suitable for school and undergraduate students. The easy to use GenStat Menu system provides access to a wide […]
The plight of the natural world is more and more becoming something of concern; with reports bombarding us about the reduction and potential loss of animals and plants in the wild. Plus the more local the loss or threat to a species is to us the more people are recognising the […]
GenStat Discovery – helping to find integrated pest management schemes. With at least 1.3 million described species of insect, accounting for at least two-thirds of known organisms, it’s no wonder that entomology fascinates the human race. And yet understanding and studying insects is not just for those with an interest in […]
As the decade ends, VSNi would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers, supporters and associates. Thanks to support and help from our friends around the world we have been able to continue to provide world-class statistical and data analysis software tools. We celebrate the continued development of […]
Analysing genetic data just got easier with the release of ASReml 3. ASReml 3, the outstanding data analysis software designed for fitting linear mixed models is now available for download. Already widely used by scientists and researchers in the biosciences the new procedures and functionality added to version 3 further extend […]
GenStat 12th edition available, now including QTL menus. The latest version of GenStat, the pioneering data analysis tool for bioscientists, is now available for download. This latest edition has been updated and enhanced to include a host of new and improved statistical techniques of particular use and interest to plant breeders […]
Simple legumes, complex analyses Since starting work at VSNi it’s no surprise to find so many applications of our software, be it GenStat or ASReml, are working within some aspect of agricultural research; projects that range from development of new plants to new herbicides or pesticides. But this isn’t just a […]
The links between GenStat and NAG go back many years, but did you know that you can now access many of NAG’s numerical algorithms from within GenStat?
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Teaching with GenStat With all the complexities facing the world from climate and environment changes to how we feed the world, one thing is clear – we need research in order to plan effectively. And research needs well trained researchers; people who understand agricultural issues and concerns, and who know how […]