Veterinary Science

Animal health issues continue to make headlines with the threat of blue tongue, foot and mouth and other such disease causing concern to anyone within the industry. Veterinary science is an increasingly crucial factor in not only animal health and production but also the safeguard of human health.

Why GenStat?

GenStat data analysis software is the only package of its kind to concentrate on the life sciences and provide tailored analyses for sectors within this industry. VSNi products and solutions are ideally placed to help you reach your goals quickly, efficiently and perhaps most important, accurately. With a growing awareness that new technologies can support and often accelerate results, GenStat provides all the tools you need to bring viable research and meaningful results within veterinary science.

  • Analyse large, complex datasets easily and efficiently
  • Assist in defining factors that affect your research
  • Define key traits to help you discover species interaction
  • Discover patterns in vast sets of data
  • Define environmental variables
  • Identify trends
  • Determine risk factors
  • Investigate physical and biological changes
  • Allows graphical exploration of data
  • Integrate zoological and climatic data

With thousands of analyses, procedures and directives a single page isn’t nearly enough to show off GenStat. The following is but a small example of some of the possibilities; to gauge the full potential why not try GenStat for yourself?

  • Design experiments and plan monitoring systems
  • Analysis of variance to compare species and trends
  • Model data using generalized linear models
  • REML facilities for estimation of genetic parameters and correlation
  • Hierarchical Generalized linear models to evaluate random effects
  • Easy data uploads to produce an array of visual data and graphics
  • Test for homogeneity

Whether you’re area of expertise is domestic, exotic or ratite, GenStat has a vast range of statistical techniques to suit your needs. Our role is to support you in achieving your goals and as such promise to deliver yearly updates guided by your input along with an unparalleled level of support to assist your data analysis.

“Brunus edwardii: the urban, companion animal bear, much admired for its low food requirements and excellent house training, a high emotional output and complete freedom from disease. Called also Ursus theodorus (USA) and Pooh, Paddington or Brideshead bear (UK).” Bailliere’s “Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary” by D. C. Blood and Virginia Studdert