Toleman, Mark (1982) GLIM - generalised linear interactive modelling. In: 1982 Workshop on Biometrical Techniques, 21-23 April 1982, Brisbane, Australia.
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GLIM provides an excellent means for fitting gereralised linear models to data. It also doubles as a general statistical programming language.
The program was written in FORTRAN by statisticians from Rothamsted Experimental Station. it is maintained by the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) and is available on the CYBER 76, supported by the CSIRO Division of Mathematics and Statistics. GLIM was written for an interactive computing environemtn but this is masked on the CYBER 76; hence. GLIM runs as batch only.
The GLIM manual is well presented having four sections:
(a) Theory - of generalised linear models
(b) User's Guide - to GLIM
(c) Reference Section
(d) Appendices - summary of notation, examples.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||GLIM; generalised linear interactive modelling|
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