Experimentation and Measurement
An expert in the statistical design of experiments introduces the laws of measurement in simple terms, describing how to make good measurements, recognize sources of miscalculations, and detect and minimize errors. Topics include mathematics of measurement, use of instruments, and experimenting with weighing machines. Excellent resource for students, researchers. 1994 edition.
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WHY WE NEED MEASUREMENTS
MEASUREMENTS IN EXPERIMENTATION
TYPICAL COLLECTIONS OF MEASUREMENTS
MATHEMATICS OF MEASUREMENT
INSTRUMENTS FOR MAKING MEASUREMENTS
EXPERIMENT WITH WEIGHING MACHINES
SELECTION OF ITEMS FOR MEASUREMENT
MEASUREMENT OF THREAD STRENGTH
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