A Field Guide to Experimental 
Designs

Thank you for visiting A Field Guide to Experimental Designs. The term experimental design is fairly generic and is best defined within the field of research in which it is used. Most of the designs illustrated here are statistical layouts used in agricultural, environmental, and other biological research. If this is your first visit you may wish to review some of the topical material. Otherwise jump right into the field guide pages

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Resources used:

  • Steel, R.G.D and J.H. Torrie. 1980. Principles and procedures of statistics, 2nd edition.
  • Federer, W.T. 1955. Experimental design.
  • SAS Institute Inc. 1989. SAS/STAT User's Guide, Version 6.
  • Freund, R.J, R.C. Littell, and P.C. Spector. 1986. SAS System for Linear Models.

 

--Jerry Tangren <tangren@wsu.edu>


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