Planning, Construction, and Statistical Analysis of Comparative Experiments

 

 

Francis G. Giesbrecht and Marcia L. Gumpertz

Wiley, 2004.


DATASETS and SAS CODE

·         Testing Hypotheses and Determining Sample Size

·         Methods of Reducing Unexplained Variation

·         Latin Squares

·         Split Plot and Related Designs

·         Incomplete Block Designs

·         Repeated Treatments Designs

·         Analysis of Experiments without Designed Error Terms

·         Confounding Effects with Blocks

·         Response Surface Designs

·         Sequences of Fractions of Factorials

·         Multi-stage Experiments

ERRATA


Testing Hypotheses and Determining Sample Size

Example 4.1 randomization test data

Methods of Reducing Unexplained Variation

·         Rice/CO2 example data

·         Rice/CO2 analysis of variance with subsamples

Latin Squares

·         Randomize a 5x5 Latin square

·         Dairy cow example data

·         Switchgrass problem data

Split Plot and Related Designs

·         1999 Rice yield data

·         Example 7.1 Proc GLM code and output

·         Example 7.1 Proc Mixed code and output

·         Silvicultural experiment data. Problem 8.4

Incomplete Block Designs

·         Simulated BIB data

·         Analysis of Variance of Simulated BIB data

·         Compute power for testing treatment effects in BIB

·         Proc Optex code to find an incomplete block design

·         Proc Plan code to generate an alpha design

Repeated Treatments Designs

·         Carburetor example data. Latin square balanced for first order carryover effects.

·         Carburetor example SAS code and output.

Analysis of Experiments without Designed Error Terms

·         Simulated Data for a 2x2x2x2

·         Recycling paper data

Confounding Effects with Blocks

·         Simulated data from 3x3x3 factorial in blocks of size 9


Response Surface Designs

·         SAS code to generate an information surface on an irregular region

Sequences of Fractions of Factorials

·         SAS code to construct a 3/32 fraction of a $2**7$ in three blocks

Multi-Stage Experiments

·         SAS code to generate a fractional factorial for a split plot

·         Output



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