The main development is the introduction of an alternative functional method of associating variance structures with random model terms and the residual, akin to that used in ASReml-R, as an alternative to the former structural method, where the variance models were specified separately from the model terms. Using the functional specification, […]
ASReml v3.00 Installation Notes ——————————- Platform: Intel x86 or AMD 32-bit based PC Operating System: Linux (32-bit) Limits: Max Workspace = 2000Mb Features: Interactive Graphics with hardcopy options EPS, WMF, JPG, HPGL, HPGL2, BMP, WPM Note this implementation produced under Red Hat Fedora Core 10, should be suitable for other similar […]
The problem you are experiencing can sometimes occur if you do not have write permission to the folder containing the example programs. What I would suggest that you do is copy the folder containing the examples to location on your PC where you have write access (for example, in the folder […]
ASRemlW opening more than once or error messages saying the file is already open or cannot be accessed, the first thing to check is the Tools|Options menu. For “Location of ASReml program file” it should say C:\Program Files\……\ASReml.exe. In this example it is wrong, because it says ASRemlW.exe. Changing it to […]
Please download the current version from our website, if you have a fully paid annual rental license or support and maintenance contract. This version will then have a ‘Install License’ button for you to install the license key.
There was a discussion about this topic on our mailing list recently (http://www.vsni.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?p=556&highlight=&sid=e880a446ff1ff7fc969406be9b12c58a#556) which suggests that ASReml works fine with Ubuntu. Further information is available from our Linux compatibility web page, available at http://www.vsni.co.uk/downloads/asreml/linux-compatibility/
The problem that you are experiencing is due to ASReml/GenStat not being able to find the license key. There are a few reasons why this is happening so please could you check the following: 1. The license key has been saved into either of the following locations: C:\Program Files\Common Files\VSNInternational\Licenses C:\Program Files\<softare […]
Please delete all .lic files which are located in your ASReml/GenStat directory. Once these license files have been deleted it should bring up the dialogue box to allow you to register for a key when opening the software. The main reason that the dialogue box was not appearing before, was because ASReml/GenStat […]
In this case the license wants to be put in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VSN International\Licenses instead of: C:\Program Files\Common Files\VSN International\Licenses
This error usually occurs if you try to install a 64-bit version of ASReml on a 32-bit PC. I would suggest that you try downloading the 32-bit version of ASReml from our website at http://www.vsni.co.uk/downloads/asreml/ and try installing this version.