Use this to save results from a Finlay & Wilkinson joint regression analysis in Genstat data structures.

- After selecting the appropriate boxes, type the names for the identifiers of the data structures into the corresponding
**In**: fields.

## Save

Sensitivities |
Table | The estimates of sensitivities for each genotype |

Genotype means |
Table | The estimates of genotype means |

Environment means |
Table | The estimates of environment means |

Environment effects |
Table | The estimates of environment effects |

Standard errors of sensitivities |
Table | The standard errors of the sensitivities |

Standard errors of genotype means |
Table | The standard errors of genotype means |

Standard errors of environment effects |
Table | The standard errors of environment effects |

Mean square deviations |
Table | The mean square deviations about the line fitted to each genotype |

Fitted values |
Variate | The fitted values from the model |

Residuals |
Variate | The residuals from the model |

Deviance |
Scalar | The residual degrees of freedom from the fitted model |

Residual degrees of freedom |
Scalar | The residual degrees of freedom from the model |

Exit code |
Scalar | The exit status: set to 0 if the analysis converged, 1 otherwise |

## Display in spreadsheet

The saved results will be displayed within new spreadsheet windows, grouped by tables (one for genotypes and one for environments), variates and scalars.

## See also

- Finlay & Wilkinson joint regression analysis menu
- Options for choosing which results to display and fitting options
- AMMI menu
- RFINLAYWILKINSON procedure
- AMMI procedure in command mode