Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

Group variance calculation with two resampling techniques:permuation and bootstraping

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`Y` |
A matrix including One or more traits |

`class` |
A vector of the first factor for calculating variance. For example, a vector of genotypes. |

`cls2` |
A vector of the second factor used within-group bootstraping for variance. It can be default |

`resample` |
Resampling technique option. resample="Boot" is for bootstrapping. resample="Perm" is for permutation. |

`times` |
Number of resampling used. The default number is 1000. |

`alpha` |
A nomimal probability used for statistical test. The default value is 0.05. |

A list of variances and confidence intervals for genotypes or environments

Jixiang Wu <jixiang.wu@sdstate.edu>

Finlay, K.W., G.N. Wilkinson 1963. The analysis of adaptation in a plant breeding programme. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 14: 742-754.

Wu, J., K. Glover, W. Berzonsky, 2012. Statistical tests for stability analysis with resampling techniques. 25th Conference of Applied Statistics in Agriculture. p88-108. April 29- May 01, 2012. Manhattan, KS

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