Trimmed joint regression: a new approach to the joint regression analysis for cultivar relative-performance evaluation


A new approach to joint regression analysis, entitled Trimmed Joint Regression (TJR), is proposed in which the adjustment of the linear relative-yield pattern of the cultivars is trimmed from the residues which can be attributed to a “specific interaction”. The ranking of the residues to the joint regressions for each cultivar, within each trial, is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00224178


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