An R function for linear mixed model analysis with REML and/or MINQUE approaches

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`formula` |
A linear mixed model formula. |

`data` |
Data frame. It can be default. |

`method` |
The default linear mixed model approach is MINQUE. Users can choose both or one of two linear mixed model approaches, REML and MINQUE. |

`ALPHA` |
A preset nominal probability level. |

No data frame is needed when more than one response variables are analyzed

Return list of simulated results for variance components

Jixiang Wu <qgtools@gmail.com>

Miller, R. G. 1974. The jackknife - a review. Biometrika, 61:1- 15.

Rao, C.R. 1971. Estimation of variance and covariance components-MINQUE theory. J Multiva Ana 1:19

Rao, C. R. and Kleffe, J. 1980. Estimation of variance components. In Handbook of Statistics. Vol. l: 1-40. Krishnaiah, P. R. ed. New York. North-Holland.

Searle, S. R., Casella, G. and McCulloch, C. E. 1992. Variance Components. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York.

Wu J (2012) GenMod: An R package for various agricultural data analyses. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA 2012 International Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, p 127

Wu J., Bondalapati K., Glover K., Berzonsky W., Jenkins J.N., McCarty J.C. 2013. Genetic analysis without replications: model evaluation and application in spring wheat. Euphytica. 190:447-458

Zhu J. 1989. Estimation of Genetic Variance Components in the General Mixed Model. Ph.D. Dissertation, NC State University, Raleigh, U.S.A

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