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A first course in design and analysis of experiments

@inproceedings{Oehlert2000AFC,
  title={A first course in design and analysis of experiments},
  author={G. Oehlert},
  year={2000}
}
  • G. Oehlert
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • 86 Line –2 should end = √ 4 × 4.782 = 4.37 , 94 g − 2, g − 1, . . . , 2 should beg − 2, g − 3, . . . , 2. 117 The Seeded and Unseeded labels should be switched in Table 6. 1. 153 Lines 3 and 4. Initial sample size is 19.2, or 20 rounding up. 158 Example 7.5. The Type I error rate is .01, although it is not ex plicitly stated. 179 Lines 13 and 14. Some plus and minus signs should be switched t o r ad α̂β21 = 2.153 − (2.065 + .234 + −.134) = −.012 α̂β12 = 1.952 − (2.065 + −.234 + .134) = −.012… CONTINUE READING
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