Random effects models for complex designs

@article{Jarrett2020RandomEM,
  title={Random effects models for complex designs},
  author={R. Jarrett and V. Farewell and A. Herzberg},
  journal={Statistical Methods in Medical Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={29},
  pages={3695 - 3706}
}
Plaid designs are characterised by having one set of treatments applied to rows and another set of treatments applied to columns. In a 2003 publication, Farewell and Herzberg presented an analysis of variance structure for such designs. They presented an example of a study in which medical practitioners, trained in different ways, evaluated a series of videos of patients obtained under a variety of conditions. However, their analysis did not take full account of all error terms. In this paper… Expand

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