Analyzing variety by environment data using multiplicative mixed models and adjustments for spatial field trend.

@article{Smith2001AnalyzingVB,
  title={Analyzing variety by environment data using multiplicative mixed models and adjustments for spatial field trend.},
  author={Alexander Smith and Brian J. Cullis and Robin Thompson},
  journal={Biometrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={57 4},
  pages={
          1138-47
        }
}
The recommendation of new plant varieties for commercial use requires reliable and accurate predictions of the average yield of each variety across a range of target environments and knowledge of important interactions with the environment. This information is obtained from series of plant variety trials, also known as multi-environment trials (MET). Cullis, Gogel, Verbyla, and Thompson (1998) presented a spatial mixed model approach for the analysis of MET data. In this paper we extend the… CONTINUE READING
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