Constructing a custom design with 2 nested random blocking factors

6 Aug

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My previous post demonstrated some advantages of designed experiments using random blocks rather than the more traditional fixed blocks. My main point was that random blocks can allow for more cost-effective experiments because they require fewer runs for a given set of factors and model specification. There is another advantage […]

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