The Design of Experiments

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Hafner, 1951 - Biometry - 244 pages
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Introduction; The orinciples of experimentation; illustrated by a psycho-physical experiment; A historical experiment on growth rate; An agricultural experiment in randomised blocks; The latin square; The factorial design in experimentation; Confounding; Special cases of partial confounding; The increase of precision by concomitamt measurements statistical control; The generalisation of null hypotheses fiducial probability; The measurement of amount of information in general.

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INTRODUCTION 1 The Grounds on which Evidence is Disputed I
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The Mathematical Attitude towards Induction
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The Rejection of Inverse Probability
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