Arnold Saxton, Ph.D., the editor of this volume, is a professor of animal science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. During years of research and teaching in statistics and genetics, Dr. Saxton recognized the need for a how-to introduction to SAS computer analysis for complex-trait genetics. He assembled 16 coauthors from around the world to create this unique compilation. Example-rich and experiment-driven, Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS demonstrates how you can use SAS and SAS/Genetics to extract answers from your quantitative and molecular genetics data. The book guides you through the mix of genetic, statistical, and SAS skills that are needed, enabling you to apply what you've learned to your own experimental data. You'll find this an invaluable resource whether you are a researcher, scientist, graduate student, bioinformatician, or statistician--or any other SAS user interested in joining the highly active and exciting field of genetic analysis.