Designing experiments and analyzing data: a model comparison perspective

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Wadsworth Pub. Co., 1990 - Mathematics - 902 pages
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Rather than presenting each experimental design in terms of a set of computational formulas to be used only for that design, this book uses a model comparison approach to present a few basic formulas that can be applied with the same underlying logic to every experimental design

Once students understand the underlying principles of this general approach and master a few basic formulas introduced early on, they are able to view specific formulas for each individual design they encounter as a special case of more general formulas. In short, they are able to understand the logic that should guide their choice of a technique for a particular design.

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