Abstract

Spatial analysis procedures based on one-dimensional and two-dimensional (separable) ARIMA (Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average) processes were used to analyze several yield trials. Two criteria were used to determine the best spatial model: 1) standard error of the treatment difference (SED) and 2) mean squared error (MSE) of prediction based on a cross-validation approach. It is found that spatial models with two-dimensional exponential covariance functions are frequently the best models regarding SED and MSE. Differenced models are frequently the best models regarding SED and the worst with respect to MSE.

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SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF YIELD TRIALS USING SEPARABLE ARIMA PROCESSES

Spatial analysis procedures based on one-dimensional and two-dimensional (separable) ARIMA (Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average) processes were used to analyze several yield trials. Two criteria were used to determine the best spatial model: 1) standard error of the treatment difference (SED) and 2) mean squared error (MSE) of prediction based on a cross-validation approach. It is found that spatial models with two-dimensional exponential covariance functions are frequently the best models regarding SED and MSE. Differenced models are frequently the best models regarding SED and the worst with respect to MSE.