Topic 7: Incomplete, Double-blocked Designs: Latin Squares Figure 1. Standard Latin Squares for 2 X 2, 3 X 3 and 4 X 4

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    The Randomized Complete Block Design is commonly used to improve the ability of an experiment to detect real treatment differences by partitioning a known source of variation (blocks) from the experimental error. When this idea is extended to remove two different known sources of variations (i.e. two-way blocking), one resulting design is the Latin square… (More)

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    @inproceedings{Topic7I, title={Topic 7: Incomplete, Double-blocked Designs: Latin Squares Figure 1. Standard Latin Squares for 2 X 2, 3 X 3 and 4 X 4}, author={} }