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Experimental Designs I & II: Course Outline Experimental Designs I

This course is designed to enrich the student's knowledge and understanding of the statistical method as it pertains to the design and analysis of experiments in the different fields of science.

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Course Outline

  • Principles of experimental design
  • Layout analysis and related efficiency of completely randomized
  • Randomized complete  block
  • Latin square
  • Cross-over and Greco Latin square designs
  • Estimation of missing observations in three basic designs
  • Fixed, random and mixed effect models in the basic designs
  • Factorial experiments
  • Analysis up to 23 factorial experiments
  • Multiple comparisons
  • Effect of violation of assumptions underlying ANOVA and transformation of data
  • Analysis of covariance up to two covariates

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