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Is there any forum site such as Stack Overflow where questions regarding ASReml can be asked to a wide cross-section of experts in that field?

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migrated from Apr 20 '11 at 11:12

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I see from the ASReml Wikipedia page that:

ASReml is a statistical software package for fitting linear mixed models using restricted maximum likelihood, a technique commonly used in plant and animal breeding and quantitative genetics as well as other fields.

We don't have anything that tightly focused, but you might try your questions on Cross Validated, the Stack Exchange site for questions on statistical analysis.

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