GenStat for Windows – Introduction
by Roger Payne, Darren Murray, Simon Harding, David Baird, and Duncan Soutar.
This is an introductory guide to GenStat for Windows, with worked examples and exercises.It covers the Windows interface for data management and graphics, and introduces basic statistics, regression, analysis of variance, design of experiments and the analysis of mixed models by REML. The final chapter introduces the use of GenStat as a high-level statistical programming language. The data sets used in the examples and exercises are provided on-line, in the Introduction folder, alongside the folder of the GenStat executable.
The text of this book is available online within GenStat in pdf format. It can be accessed by clicking the Help menu item, then GenStat Guides, followed by Introduction.