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Roy Goodacre rrg at aber.ac.uk
Fri Jun 16 10:10:15 EST 1995

In article <3rpndg$c1l at is.bbsrc.ac.uk> Mathew Woodwark <mathew.woodwark at bbsrc.ac.uk> writes:

>There is a program called GenStat distributed by the statistics department 
>at Rothamsted Experimental Sation in the UK. The name stands for General
>(this caught me out a few years ago, as I thought it would be to do with
>I don't know if this is the program you are looking for, but if so, you can
>the authors at: 
>Statistics Department 
>Rothamsted Experimental Station 
>Hertfordshire, U.K. 
>I hope this helps... 

It is worth pointing out that Genstat which I use to analyse pyrolysis mass 
spectral data is *not* very user friendly since it is an old program that has 
been moved from mainframe to the PC with a lot of problems.  What do you want 
to do with the program??  If I could use another program I would (this is 
shortly going to happen 8-)) you may be better off with SAS (another one that 
has moved to the PC but at least runs under windows) or Scan (a Minitab 


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