Unit 5: How a Randomized Block Design Differs From a One-Way ANOVA

  • Published 2010

Abstract

In this unit we look at two datasets that illustrate randomized block designs. In the first, three real estate appraisers independently examined each of five properties chosen at random from a particular neighborhood and gave appraised values. The manager of the appraisal service that employs them suspects that systematic differences among their methods of… (More)

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@inproceedings{2010Unit5H, title={Unit 5: How a Randomized Block Design Differs From a One-Way ANOVA}, author={}, year={2010} }